• Newton, others could be fined for Under Armour visor clips

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Sep 27, 2013
    Yes, NFL players and teams can use Under Armour visor clips. The NFL has fined Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton $10,000 for wearing clips on his helmet visor featuring the Under Armour logo. In most if not all weeks of his NFL career, Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has violated the league’s uniform policy by using helmet visor clips bearing the Under Armour logo. When Forbes noticed that Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton had been displaying the Under Armour logo on his helmet in the subtle form of the clips that hold on his visor, the NFL wasn't going to let that uniform violation slide without doing something. Newton is one of Under Armour's main clients. As long as the Under Armour logo is invisible. Regardless of how it all turns out, Under Armour has gotten a lot more free publicity this week than the company that has made a billion-dollar investment in having its logo plastered all over the NFL uniform.
    • Newton docked $10,000 for illegal helmet clips

      NEW YORK (AP) -- The NFL has fined Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton $10,000 for wearing clips on his helmet visor featuring the Under Armour logo.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • QB Newton fined $10K for helmet violation

      The NFL fined Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton $10,000 on Friday for using unapproved Under Armour visor clips on his helmet.
      Source: ESPN.com

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