Helmet manufacturer Xenith reportedly dropped Antonio Brown

Nick Friar
September 13, 2019 - 6:59 pm

Earlier in September, the helmet manufacturer Xenith announced its partnership with then-Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown. He was set to wear the companies’ Xenith Shadow model after the NFL did not certify the Schutt Air Advantage helmet, which he was originally planning to wear.

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It looks like he won’t wear anything from Xenith on Sunday, assuming he plays.

Following the allegations levied against Brown, the company has ended its relationship with the Patriots Wide receiver, per Adam Schefter of ESPN.