Oakland Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown isn’t the only player affected by helmet issues this season, but it seems as if some of the other players aren’t taking it to the extremes that Brown has. According to Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, he wouldn’t take things as far as Brown has when it comes to his helmet.

When asked about the issue, Rodgers noted that he’s loved the helmets he’s worn, but wouldn’t want to retire if he couldn’t wear them, referencing the rumor that Brown was threatening to retire if he was unable to wear his old helmet. While Brown recently lost his arbitration hearing with the league and said that he’s looking forward to getting back to training camp, the ordeal could still be ongoing.

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To recap, the issue surrounding Brown’s helmet is that his preferred choice – the Schutt AiR Advantage – is more than 10 years old. For players like Brown – and the likes Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady – this means having to find a new helmet that complies with the NFL’s safety precautions. While players grow accustomed to certain helmets, they’re usually not happy about switching, but it seems the NFL is giving them no choice.

Although Brown seems out of luck, there is a small possibility that he would be able to continue using his old helmet. The specific style of helmet he uses has been discontinued since 2011, but if Brown could find one that was manufactured later, it could squeeze into that 10-year window that he NFL mandates. From the sounds of it, though, Brown won’t be appealing the arbitration decision, and will instead be making a helmet switch just as Rodgers and Brady had to.