We can wear safety eyewear when it suits us, but it can make us less comfortable and potentially cause an injury.
The NFL has made it clear that it is willing to compromise on the safety of its players, but has never been willing to change its stance on the necessity of safety glasses.
That could change.
In the wake of the deaths of five players, including one who had a head injury, the NFL and the NFL Players Association have launched an initiative to introduce a new safety standard that would allow players to wear safety goggles as part of their uniform.
This is an important step, because safety glasses are often worn by athletes in practice to improve vision, according to the American Optometric Association.
Safety glasses are a great addition to a player’s kit, but they are not mandatory.
They should be an optional accessory.
“There’s nothing wrong with wearing a safety eyepiece, but we want to ensure that the eye safety of our players is protected,” NFL spokesperson Brian McCarthy said.
“We don’t want them to become something that could be a distraction for them while they are on the field.
We want them protected and we want them safe.”
The initiative, to be introduced on Thursday, is designed to address the issue of safety goggles worn by players and has already received strong backing from the NFLPA.
The safety eyecatches are intended to be worn with the helmet, not the safety vest.
This is to ensure players are wearing the helmet as a safety factor, and not as a fashion statement.
They are also designed to be able to protect the eye while in practice and at games.
The proposal is also aimed at the head injury issue, as the NFL has recently adopted new rules to limit the number of helmet-to-helmet contact incidents that can be a contributing factor to head injuries.
The proposed standard would also include helmets that protect players from concussions and reduce the risk of permanent damage to the brain, as well as better padding for the eyes.
The idea of wearing a helmet as part in a safety protocol comes in the wake, as part a push by the NFL to increase its helmet usage.
The league is trying to make helmets mandatory in the coming season, with the goal of eliminating injuries and decreasing the number who need to wear protective headgear.
The issue of head injuries has been one of the biggest concerns for players, especially those who play on the turf.
The NFLPA has said that helmets are not needed in practice because they have been shown to decrease head injuries, but the league has refused to allow the number to decrease.
In an attempt to address this issue, the league is introducing a new helmet safety standard called the SAFE-2.
The SAFE helmet will include a chin strap and will have an impact-absorbing design.
The safety strap will also include a small amount of padding.
“The SAFE Helmet will also offer the player a level of protection that is at the forefront of helmet technology, and is designed with a simple, easy to understand and easy to use interface,” the league said in a statement.
“This design will be the standard for all safety helmets sold and will allow players with this safety standard to use it at all times.”
This new helmet standard will be similar to the one the NFL introduced last season.
The new standard would include a number of safety features, such as a chin-strap that will protect the chin and a helmet protector that will reduce the amount of impact a helmet can cause to the head.
A player wearing the SAFETE helmet can also use the helmet while the head is still on the ground, as long as it is not placed on top of the head and the helmet is not over the head, according the league.
Players would be required to wear the safety standard during practice and games, and players could only wear it while playing in the preseason.
However, the safety standards would not be mandatory and players can choose to wear them at any time during a game.
The players union has already suggested that players would be able wear the SAFELESS standard while on the sideline during the preseason and in the regular season.
“I think it’s very important that we are making it very clear to the players that we will support them to make this change and to make it mandatory for them to wear it,” McCarthy said of the new safety standards.
“We want to make sure that when we wear the Safety Standard, it’s in the way of players being in a good position.”
The new safety requirements are a welcome step in the right direction, but there is more work to be done.
It will take time to implement and many players will still have to wear their safety gear for the first time.
The best bet for the safety industry is to get more players on board with the idea.