The Visor (Maybe even Tinted)

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Jrocthadino

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the best part of philip rivers game is that he periotically wears a visor. do you guys think (i know you hope) he will sport the visor on a regular basis? A tinted visor would really make my day!
 

Thumper

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Jrocthadino said:




the best part of philip rivers game is that he periotically wears a visor. do you guys think (i know you hope) he will sport the visor on a regular basis? A tinted visor would really make my day!
I doubt he'll ever wear a tinted visor. In the NFL it requires a doctors note that the player's eyes has sensitivity to light. LT got the permission to wear his visor, but this year they are requiring that tinted visors not be as dark.
 

Concudan

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Players cant even wear non tinted visors without doctors clearance. Though it would cut cown on the eye injuries.
 

O'reilly

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eldwin said:
Rivers would have a little advantage if he wore the tinted visor. The safeties wouldn't be able to read his eyes.

Hmmm...
Derwin is a genious!!!!