NFL Players to Honor Victims of Police Violence With Helmet Decals


The victims of systemic racism and police violence will be honored by NFL players when football returns this fall. The league has approved a plan that allows players to wear helmet decals featuring names of victims during regular season games, the NFL revealed Tuesday. Each player will be able to choose the name he displays on his helmet each week, or whether to display one at all, per the NFL. The 2020-2021 season is set to get underway on September 10th. Players are expected to report to training camps by July 28th.

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