National Football League teams evidently stopped supplying Brown's preferred helmet model 10 years ago, but apparently there are a few newer models out there.
Last year, Brown was one of 32 players who was grandfathered in and allowed to wear the now-banned helmet.
But after meeting with an arbitrator, Brown lost his battle to keep his old helmet.
Gruden played it cool and played it perfectly on Saturday night, offering Brown full support on the helmet issue while absolving him of wrong doing as it relates to his odd foot injury.
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"I've been experimenting with a couple different ones, and I don't really love the one that I'm in, but I don't really have much of a choice", Brady said Monday on the "The Greg Hill Show" on sports radio WEEI.
Players aren't allowed to play or practice unless they have approved helmets.
Antonio Brown is ready to return to Oakland Raiders training camp Tuesday, according to multiple reports, but despite an arbitrator ruling Brown can't use his old, no-longer-certified helmet, there's a possible compromise. The 31-year-old veteran reportedly refused to practice with newer helmets, arguing that updated models obscured his vision on the field while attempting to catch passes.
Oakland Raiders star Antonio Brown appears to be turning over a new leaf regarding his helmet situation and is asking social media users for some help along the way. I'm excited, and I got some plays for him.
"Hopefully we're going to get this behind us soon", Rosenhaus said. He reportedly suffered frostbite after a mishap at a cryotherapy chamber.