OAKLAND, Calif. (KDKA) — Antonio Brown lost his helmet grievance again, but a report says he’s gaining something new.

ProFootballTalk is reporting Sunday that Brown lost a second grievance case in his quest to wear his old helmet, meaning Brown must wear a new helmet model that is approved by the league.

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Brown wanted to wear the Schutt AiR Advantage helmet he has worn for his entire NFL career.

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Brown lost his first grievance on Aug. 12.

PFT is reporting Brown will accept the decision and move on with a new customized helmet from a company that wants to pay him to wear it.

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PFT did not say which companies Brown is in contact with.