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20.12.2019 04:36
week on the matter.: A league Antworten

Things are rarely dull around Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown and that goes from head to toes right now.Brown has been away from the team for more than a week amid multiple reports of foot problems stemming from cryotherapy Bo Jackson Jersey , but he’s reportedly due back soon. Michael Gehlken of the also reported that the team believes the condition of Brown’s feet is a “non-issue.”Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that league rules governing which helmets players can use is a problem. The NFL and NFLPA have banned 11 helmet models because of how poorly they performed in testing. There was a one-year grace period in 2018 allowing players to continue wearing those models, but they are not allowed to wear them this year.Brown wore one of those models while with the Steelers and Schefter reports he has filed a grievance with the league in order to be allowed to keep wearing it. Schefter reports that some believe the helmet issue has been a bigger problem for Brown than anything to do with his feet.Patriots quarterback Tom Brady switched from an approved model back to a now prohibited one during the 2018 season. There were 32 players in all wearing the banned models last year.Per the report, Brown is expected to have a hearing next week on the matter.: A league source clarified to PFT that Brown’s preferred helmet is not one of the 11 banned helmets that were allowed to be used through last season. Brown’s helmet is not allowed to be worn because it is not certified by the National Operating Committee for Standards and Athletic Equipment. The helmet is too old to receive that certification and the league prohibits the use of helmets without that certification. Schadenfreude sells.HBO has announced the viewership for the third episode of this year’s , and one line from the press release resonates most loudly: The ratings for Tuesday night’s show in Pittsburgh outpaced the national average by more than three times. This means that Steelers fans enjoy watching the train wreck that former Steelers receiver Antonio Brown‘s time in Oakland at times seems to be on the verge of becoming.The nationwide viewership for the third episode “was almost identical” to last year’s third episode featuring the Browns, with 776,000 premiere-night viewers.That still marks a 12.5-percent decline from last week’s audience of 887,000.These are premiere-night numbers only. Viewership of the first episode , which debuted at 879,000, has grown in the last two weeks to 3.7 million.Still, the sharp drop suggests that interest has waned through three episodes, even though last night’s edition became the first one in which the Antonio Brown situation received more than cursory, check-the-box treatment.

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