How Dallas Cowboys’ helmets could change the NFL’s helmet policy

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has long advocated for a more “sophisticated” helmet, one that includes a full-face shield.

But a recent study has found that the technology is not ready for prime time yet.

Dennis Wierzbicki and his team at the University of Missouri looked at helmet technology from 2006 to 2020.

The team used data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to identify the average number of crashes that occurred with the most common type of head-mounted device: the helmet-mounted visor.

“We found that helmet visors accounted for only about a third of the crashes that were involved in serious injuries and death,” Wierzacki says.

The researchers used data gathered from nearly 400,000 traffic-related crashes to identify where each type of helmet should be placed in order to make sure they were safe.

They also looked at the effectiveness of each type in preventing crashes.

Most of the helmets were placed on the top of the head, the researchers found, with the majority of the time on the bottom.

In terms of the safety of the helmet, the best helmets were found in the middle of the back and at the sides of the face.

The researchers also found that helmets with a shield at the top were the most effective in preventing collisions.

That’s a problem because the shield is designed to be protected against the impacts of a collision.

The research team also found helmets that were not completely shielded were more likely to be in contact with the face, and they were the ones most likely to injure someone.

This isn’t the first time that the helmet has been linked to concussions.

Last year, a study found that older drivers had significantly more head injuries than younger drivers, a finding that was confirmed by an NFL study that found older drivers have a higher rate of head injuries.

There is a growing awareness of the health risks of the protective shield.

In 2016, the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke released a report titled “The Future of Headgear: The Implications for Concussion,” which suggested a helmet that is at least partly shielded would be beneficial for reducing the risk of a concussion.

Jones has long been vocal about his desire for a helmet with a full face shield.

Last month, he said that he’d prefer to see a helmet in 2020 that was not completely sealed off.

And there’s another reason that the Cowboys may want to consider more advanced helmet technology.

In 2020, a major coronavirus outbreak was linked to helmets.

The CDC recommends that all NFL players wear a helmet.

However, the league’s helmet regulations have been somewhat lax.

The NFLPA has said it’s concerned about the lack of helmet regulations that could potentially prevent players from getting proper helmet protection.

That’s likely why the league is trying to get more players to wear helmets.