Once training camp began, he tried to sneak the old helmet onto the field, and was caught and told to get rid of it.
Tom Brady was resistant to the idea of switching to a new helmet. Mike Florio revealed Brown's helmet is simply just too old to wear.
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"He's still freaking out about it", an unnamed Raiders player told Silver. "He hasn't been here for awhile, and no one knows where he's at". While that can be viewed as unacceptable behavior, especially for a veteran player who the organization looks upon to set an example, the unbridled attempts at circumventing league policy regarding the helmet combine with the cryotherapy mishap to scroll Instagram during a meeting look mostly inconsequential.
Brown is set to have a hearing as early as next week, per Schefter. The Raiders have given Brown multiple certified helmets to try, but he doesn't like any of them because he says they obstruct his vision.
That's the only part of the Brown foot saga that is concrete thus far, because the timeline for his return from the injury itself sure isn't. Brown has reportedly on three occasions attempted to wear the helmet at practice after being told by the team he's not allowed to. However, if he wants to suit up for his new team, he might want to conform to the new rules. While dealing with a freaky case of frostbite on his feet that has kept him off the practice field, Brown is now saying he will not play football again unless he's allowed to wear his old helmet, one that is no longer certified by National Operating Committee for Standards and Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE), according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
The league and the NFL Players Association have tested helmets since 2018, and officially began banning certain models a year ago.