In the midst of a national debate about how much football fans wear on the sidelines, there’s one thing everyone agrees on: You can’t wear a football jersey.
It’s too heavy.
And if you’re going to do it, you better be able to do so without wearing the helmet.
The NFL is getting rid of the helmet in favor of something called a cruder practice jersey.
These are the jerseys that you’ll see in practice, where the players can wear them without wearing helmets.
(AP)These practice jerseys were introduced in the 1980s as a way to help coaches make their players comfortable in practice.
They were designed to help players who were fatigued by running, catching and tackling.
But the jerseys were not designed to be worn during the regular season, which meant that they had to be changed every few weeks.
The team’s medical director, Joe Sacco, was concerned about the potential for injury.
So he designed the helmet for use during practice, a process that was complicated by the fact that players could wear the helmets during the preseason.
The first test of the new helmets came in 1986, and it was the first time NFL players had been allowed to wear them.
The teams then switched to the practice jerseys for the 1987 and ’88 seasons, but the helmets were not widely used during those seasons.
Then in 1996, the NFL implemented a rule that mandated players wear helmets during every practice.
This meant that the helmets had to remain in place at all times.
In order to protect the neck from the blows of tackling, the helmet had to go into the players chest.
Sacco decided that players needed a way of removing their helmets and changing them after practice.
So, during an exhibition game in 1996 against the San Francisco 49ers, the team decided to change the helmets for all of its practices.
The change went into effect in 1999.
The new helmets, designed by Nike, are a few inches shorter than the previous versions, which are about an inch shorter.
They’re also lighter, and are available in black and gray.
The players who wear them have to wear a harness over their heads.
The cruder jersey has been around for a while.
Nike has made the helmet with the same type of material since 2003, when it was rebranded as the Nike+ helmet.
Nike+ was supposed to be an upgrade to the original Nike helmet, which was designed for football players who are shorter and heavier.
But it was never really popular, and the NFL eventually banned the product for players shorter than 6 feet and heavier than 225 pounds.
In 2006, the league finally adopted a rule requiring players to wear helmets while in contact with the helmet during games.
And, for the first six seasons of the league, it was mandated that the players wear the helmet while on the field.
But in 2011, the rule changed, requiring the players to have a harness on their head while on field.
This rule was not a new rule, as it was used by other leagues before the NFL.
It was only adopted because of a lawsuit by the NFL Players Association that asked the league to take down the helmet rule.
This year, the issue came to a head when a pair of players, who are taller than 6-foot-4 and 175 pounds, were suspended for wearing helmets during a game against the Seattle Seahawks.
The NFL Players Coalition sued the league on behalf of the suspended players, claiming that the suspension violated the league’s antitrust policy and unfair labor practices.
The suspension was upheld by a federal court.
The court found that the NFL had violated the antitrust policy because it did not provide helmets to its players, and that the league had not done enough to ensure the safety of the players in practice as well as during games, according to a lawsuit filed by the league.
In March, the Supreme Court agreed to hear the case.
In a 7-2 decision, the court ruled that the antitrust exemption applies to helmets, even though the league does not offer helmets to players.
The case is now before the Supreme Courts, which will decide if the league has the right to enforce the helmet policy.