This week Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III decided to wear a logo-free t-shirt on the field for warmups in St. Louis after what happened last week.
Last week Griffin wrote the word “heart” on his pregame warmup shirt with the letter “H” covering up a Nike swoosh. Griffin is apart of the adidas brand, but covering up the Nike logo did not sit well with the league.
The rulebook says, via the Washington Post:
“All visible items worn on gameday by players must be issued by the club or the League, or, if from outside sources, must have approval in advance by the League office.”
Hopefully Griffin was able to have the shirt approved or he will once again have the NFL upset with him.