New Orleans Saints announce new black helmets that will be worn at least once in 2022

METAIRIE, La. Many teams will be able to bring back throwback looks with the NFL's new helmet rule. In the New Orleans SaintsIn this case, you will also get something brand new.

Thursday saw the unveiling of a black helmet by The Saints. It will be used at least once in 2022. Black helmets were worn only once in Saints history: for a 1969 preseason match.

Saints will pair their new black helmets and their all-white Color Rush jerseys. It sounds like pass-rusher Cameron Jordan Campaigning for an All-Black Look

Jordan stated, “I think the black helmets, when swagged properly, could be a fire fit.” I also hoped that we would be black on black but it's great. I like the idea of a black helmet. I'll push for a gold uniform. “Just throwing it out there.

Because of safety concerns, the NFL has changed its rule prohibiting teams from using multiple helmets. This could mean that we will be seeing classic designs such as the Tampa Bay BuccaneersThe “creamsicle”, uniforms and the New England Patriots‘ “Pat Patriot” logo. The league stipulated that both the primary and alternative helmets must have the same make, size and model. The alternate helmets must also be worn at least one week during practice during the week they will be used.

“I believe this is an idea that has been around for a while. It's kinda a league initiative,” Dennis Allen, Saints coach, said about the helmet reveal. “I don't get involved too much in this. It was cool looking to me, so I agreed.


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