Denver Broncos’ New Helmet Design Leaks on NFL Draft Prop – SportsLogos.Net News

For the second day in a row, former NFL receiver Antonio Brown’s social media network, CTESPN, has leaked some of the Denver Broncos’ new uniforms.

This time it’s the helmet, with the same triangles – representing mountains on a topographical map – as the jerseys on a truncated stripe down the back.

Multiple sources have indicated that the design itself is an accurate representation of what the Broncos will unveil as their primary helmet on Monday, along with a matching white alternative and royal blue throwback design.

However, the helmet in the photo is not an authentic or replica helmet. Note the spray paint and application of the decals, which typically have a clear vinyl around the edges of the logo.

That’s because the photo shows one of the oversized helmets that will be on display at next week’s NFL Draft in Detroit, just as they have been for visitors to take photos with in recent years.

The ridges on the helmet in the photo also reveal that it is a Riddell Speed, a model no longer recommended by the NFL and worn by less than 1 percent of the league, but still used for the aforementioned displays.