On Tuesday afternoon, a familiar face showed up to Oakland Raiders training camp.
Star wide receiver Antonio Brown returned to practice following a series of off-field incidents. He suffered burns on his feet from a cryotherapy session and then launched into a grievance with the NFL.
Brown wants to take the field with a certain type of helmet, but the NFL hasn't given in.
Despite not winning his grievance with the NFL, Brown returned to practice and wore a certified helmet.
"Brown wore a Schutt Vengeance Z10 LTD helmet today in practice, per source. It is among the 34 helmets approved for use," Rapoport reported.
He showed he's willing to practice with the team despite his ongoing fight with the league.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport has the latest. The NFL insider revealed Brown's second grievance against the league should be heard late this week.
Perhaps we'll know before the weekend which helmet Brown will be wearing this season.
The Raiders are set to take on Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night. Will we see Antonio Brown out on the field?
Probably not. His return to the field might have to wait until the regular season, but it will be fun to watch.