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There probably never will be a perfect football helmet.

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DES PLAINES Renell Wren Jersey , Ill. (AP) —That doesn’t mean manufacturers won’t chase that goal.A tour of the Riddell headquarters makes that absolutely clear. Innovation, imagination, analytics, all with advancements in the product and enhancements of player safety as the objective.Those advancements have occurred in this century at varied paces. Some improvements have developed over a period of years, while others — particularly nowadays with so many steps forward in technology and analytics — happened rapidly and will continue to do so.Riddell is among four manufacturers who have received high marks in the NFL/NFLPA annual rankings, which are revealed publicly, and a poster of the ratings is placed at every team facility. VICIS, Schutt and Xenith also scored well.“Our success in the ratings or the NFL poster and at Virginia Tech’s testing shows our desire to improve safety,” says Thad Ide, Riddell’s senior vice president of research and product development. “I think the level of player safety is changing for the better with information from the NFL and developments as a manufacturer.”Those developments have included Riddell partnering with digital manufacturing company Carbon to combine such additive manufacturing and production on a mass scale. By combining Carbon’s digital light synthesis technology, advanced software design tools and some innovative materials, Riddell’s new SpeedFlex Precision Diamond helmet hit the market as the third-highest ranked item on the NFL/union poster. It features Precision-Fit technology, which uses 3-D scans of players’ heads to create helmet liners that precisely fit each athlete’s head size and shape.It’s what Riddell calls “next-gen head protection http://www.bengalsauthorizedshops.com/a ... dan-jersey ,” a description that also can be applied to the VICIS Zero 1, the Schutt F7 LTD, and the Xenith Shadow among other top-rated helmets. These represent the latest step in the search for the safest head gear on every level: professional, college, high school and youth.One innovation, Riddell’s InSite impact monitoring system, “brings a new perspective to the game that is different than just having a helmet that tests well,” Ide says. “We seek a more holistic approach.”That is evident simply from witnessingpresentations of the InSite Training Tool, which collects and analyzes an impact profile for each player in order to identify training opportunities that could decrease impact exposures. Riddell’s innovation lab features a series of impact tests for helmets. In one test, a helmet is struck at a variety of locations and from different directions and with varying intensities — the kind of hit that occurs so often and, many times, without warning on the field — to test rotational and linear forces that might lead to injury. In another test, the helmet is dropped from higher than five feet to test the reduction of impact force from different locations on the helmet. Results are judged on a pass/fail basis.The Precision-Fit process — though the helmet wasn’t available yet when he played Greedy Williams Jersey , Peyton Manning was heavily involved in it as an adviser and still is — has led to 630 NFL players wearing them in their second year of eligibility. All 32 teams are using them, Ide says, and Riddell notes that its SpeedFlex Precision model was worn by more players last season than all other manufacturers’ models combined.“That far outstripped our expectations,” he says. “It’s not often a helmet is adopted that quickly.”Riddell also does extensive reconditioning of helmets from all football levels. That can range from cleanups and sanitizing to repairs, recertification, or even replacements.On the college level, Riddell used its “InSite” system with an unidentified FBS school to compile extensive data on all impacts in every practice session and game for every player. The info gathered indicated such things as which drills have the most and least number of head impacts; which days the overall practices were most and least effective; and which specific players needed extra monitoring during each drill.That sort of comprehensive data can upgrade preseason, in-season and postseason scheduling plans on a player safety scale, as well as on a performance level. It is being used by more than 800 programs and 30,000 athletes across youth, high school and college football.“We can pinpoint position groups and then individuals to see who did what, or does a drill still work,” says Matt Shimshock http://www.brownsauthorizedshops.com/au ... aki-jersey , Riddell’s lead support coordinator for smart helmet technologies. “We’ve measured 5 million impacts. This is plug-and-play data.”And it’s just really the beginning of the next step in the quest to develop the safest helmets possible.“Advances are happening on many levels,” Ide notes. “We want people to know about all of them.” EAGAN, Minn. — Improving the offensive line was a clear priority for the Minnesota Vikings heading into this season.An offense featuring quarterback Kirk Cousins, receivers Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen, running back Dalvin Cook and tight end Kyle Rudolph finished in the bottom half of the league offensively in 2018.More Vikings coveragePhotos of the Week: 7/21/19 – 7/27/19Rookie Bradbury is central figure to Vikings’ overhauled offensive lineVikings depth at cornerback being tested, Hughes still not clearedPlayers to watch at Minnesota Vikings 2019 training campTop Tweets: Vikings WR Diggs makes push for All-NFL Style TeamGarrett Bradbury became a central figure to the overhaul when he was selected with the 18th overall pick in April’s draft. With a summer under his belt, the Vikings like what they see of the former North Carolina State All-America center.“He’s a brilliant kid, so that helps a lot,” coach Mike Zimmer said on the first day of training camp. “He’s going to have a big load and a time like today will help him get back into the groove of things a little bit.”Bradbury started every game the past three seasons for the Wolfpack, the last two years coming at center, where he has the winner as a senior of the Rimington Award given to the top center in college football.“He’s very mature,” the veteran Cousins said of the 24-year-old Bradbury. “Just talking to him in the locker room, I just feel like I’m not talking to someone who’s right out of college. I feel like I’m talking to someone who’s about my age Sheldrick Redwine Jersey , and I think that makes it a little easier, to just be on the same page and work together.”The relationship between Bradbury and Cousins will be vital. Cousins took part in the initial days of training camp, days set aside for the team’s rookies and younger players before veterans reported.“I think those guys are tied at the hip together out here,” offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski said. “That’s no mistake. Those guys are spending time together because they’re in close quarters during the season. They’re getting to know each other and getting to know this offense.”Bradbury isn’t the only one learning the offense.Gary Kubiak joined the team as assistant head coach and offensive adviser, with Rick Dennison as the offensive line coach and run game coordinator. Minnesota is implementing a zone-blocking scheme reminiscent of Kubiak and Dennison’s time with the Denver Broncos, and one that fits Bradbury.“It’s a new system for everybody, which is great because we can kind of throw things off each other and learn together throughout this,” Bradbury said. “There is a wealth of knowledge in the O-line room, but it’s a new system for them at the same time. We are kind of learning together, which has been good as a rookie.”The Vikings moved Pat Elflein from center to guard, where he played for two seasons at Ohio State, and signed Josh Kline to take the right guard spot. Kline has started 46 straight games at guard, the longest active streak at the position in the NFL.Riley Reiff is back at left tackle after Minnesota discussed potentially moving him to guard before the draft http://www.brownsauthorizedshops.com/au ... ert-jersey , and Brian O’Neill is slated to start at right tackle. O’Neill started 11 games last season as a rookie after being picked in the second round.“They’re all battlers and I think that’s important at that position,” Zimmer said.Tackle Rashod Hill returns in a reserve role after starting 15 games the past two seasons. Guard Dakota Dozier was signed from the New York Jets, and the Vikings also drafted Oklahoma guard Dru Samia in the fourth round, Elon tackle Oli Udoh in the sixth.The changes were necessary after Cousins was sacked 40 times last year, tied for the 10th most of any quarterback. And Zimmer hasn’t been shy of saying Minnesota needs to run the ball more. The Vikings were 27th in the league in rushing attempts per game and 30th in rushing yards.“I think some of the things we are doing is way simpler for the offensive line,” Zimmer said. “I don’t think it’s in our best interest to sit in the shotgun and drop back 35 to 40 times, for us or anybody else.”Meanwhile, Minnesota used 17 offensive linemen the past three seasons, a trend it hopes ends with Bradbury solidifying the middle.“He’s got a very business-like personality, wants to be right, wants to do things the right way,” Zimmer said. “I think he’s got an aggressive nature. I think he’s going to fit in fine.”

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