Derrick Henry says, bring back throwback helmets

Derrick Henry

The running back for Titans Derrick Henry was seen wearing the No. 2 jersey at Alabama. He also wore it during the preseason of his rookie year. Why, you ask? It is to show his support for the new NFL proposal about letting the running backs play in single-digit jerseys. But if you think that this all he will settle for then you should know that it is far from the truth. He wants a lot more. Let’s find out what it could be. 

Making his voice heard.

In addition to single-digit numbers, he also asked to recall the throwbacks, which included throwback helmets. It is a known fact that helmets have been banned from the NFL for a while now, a little over a decade. Wonder what prompted him to want them back. Derrick Henry expressed his views on his Twitter feed, “Single digits cool & all, but can we bring the throwback jerseys & helmets back? Somebody put in a request for that.” 

Finding a match

The NFL had banned the use of throwback helmets back in 2013. The new rule meant that all the players should be wearing their regular helmets all through the season. The players could only modify the outside of their helmets by removing or replacing the decals. But the thing about throwback jerseys is that they may feel good but they do not look as great without the throwback helmets to match. It seems like Derrick Henry knows this and is making his voice heard about it. 

In 2020, the NFL told PFT that the one-helmet rule was being reviewed and may change in 2021. They have not made any formal announcement about it this year yet, but there is one person who will always be there to support this rule – Derrick Henry.

Ellyse Perry Is the Greatest Women’s Cricketer of the Decade

Recently, Australia’s Ellyse Perry was named the women’s cricketer of the decade by the International Cricket Council. In addition to this honor, Perry was also acclaimed as the ICC’s One Day International female player of the decade. Steve Smith won the men’s Test player of the decade award, and Indian captain Virat Kohli got the award for overall men’s player of the decade. Kohli was given the One Day International men’s’ player of the decade award, and Afghani spinner Rashid Khan took the T20 equivalent.

Ellyse Perry Dominated the Decade With Her Score and Performance

Ellyse Perry of Australia celebrates after dismissing Anushka Sanjeewani of Sri Lanka during the Australia v Sri Lanka Women's ODI Game 1 the at Allan Border Field on October 05, 2019 in Brisbane, Australia. Australian star Ellyse Perry was hailed as the dominant female cricket player for the past decade because of her incredible scores and achievements. The ICC looked at the time frame from 2011 to 2020, during which Perry took 213 wickets and scored 4,349 runs in all international formats. Hailing from New South Wales, she also managed to win the T20 World Cup four times in that period. Moreover, she is a member of Australia’s triumphant 2013 ODI World Cup team.

In an interview, Ellyse Perry said she felt incredibly honored to receive such recognition, especially given how many other players performed great in the game for the past ten years. Thinking back to when she started, she remarked that it had been both an amazing experience and a privilege to play for her country and to do something that she absolutely loves.

Ellyse Perry Said Cricket Had Gone a Long Way In the Past Decade

The Australian International Cricket Team Perry spoke about the developments in cricket during the past ten years. She said it had been an amazing thing to be a part of and that the game had progressed significantly in the last decade, especially for women’s cricket. She also noted that considerable development had occurred in all formats of the game and across every part of the world.

Steve Smith managed to get the men’s Test player award for scoring 7,040 Test runs, featuring 28 half-centuries and 26 centuries in the time frame. Kohli, who is a skipper from India, got the overall men’s award for his score of 20,396 runs in the time frame, including 66 tons and 94 half-centuries.