Why is the NFL keeping the horn in the game?
The NFL is trying to get a horn in football.
And the horn is not the only way the league is trying.
The NFLPA has been fighting the league’s attempt to put a league-mandated helmet on players since 2013.
Now, the NFLPA is hoping to get it out of the game by the end of 2020.
“The NFLPA believes the helmet should be in all of its forms and the players should be fully entitled to it,” NFLPA President DeMaurice Smith said in a statement Wednesday.
“The NFL needs to move forward on a helmet that is the best helmet for the players.”
The NFL has long wanted a helmet with a metal mesh that protects players from concussions, but it has struggled to find the right supplier.
The helmet is part of a $7 billion helmet plan.
The players are not in favor of the helmet.
The league has said that the helmet is designed to be a safety feature and the league has not made a decision on what helmet it will be made from.
It is also not clear if the helmet will be included in the 2020 season.
The NFL has said the helmet could cost between $100 and $250 per helmet, but the league and players want it at least $150.