The most popular NFL player is no stranger to controversy, and the latest controversy comes from the league’s commissioner, Roger Goodell.
As The Associated Press reports, NFL teams are not required to wear uniforms that have been approved by the league for the upcoming season, which starts July 1.
That means teams will be allowed to change uniforms at the drop of a hat.
The NFL, however, does not allow players to wear helmets that have not been approved for use.
That was not the case last year when teams changed their uniforms.
The Associated Press, citing anonymous league sources, said the NFL is considering a rule change to allow teams to change helmets without having to apply for a uniform design approval.
The AP said the league is considering the rule change after a source close to Goodell said the commissioner did not think it was necessary.
“The league is working on a rule to allow players with helmets that are approved by another league to wear them without having their helmet approved,” the source told the AP.
The NFLPA has not responded to a request for comment on the AP report.
In the past, some players have said they want to wear masks and helmets with their own logos, but many have said that they are not allowed to do so.
In April, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell made the comments in a speech at the National Football League’s annual owners meetings.
“When I look at my players and I look back on the last 10 years, they’ve become a lot more respectful,” Goodell said.
“They’ve become much more professional.
They’ve become very professional.
The league has become much safer.
It’s a lot safer.
In a few years, the NFL will be as professional as it is today.”