In the News
August 29, 2018
Jerry Appleton, president of the group, said the money is targeted for Riddell Speedflex Helmets, which are “state-of-the art in technology that provides the safety advantages needed to help reduce concussions.”
August 28, 2018
Indiana's athletic department spent $130,000 on new football helmets Glass touts as the safest on the market. The Riddell SpeedFlex Precision-Fit helmets will be worn by every IU player this fall.
August 25, 2018
Gurley paid for the team to purchase new home and away uniforms. He didn’t stop there. Gurley also used his connections with Riddell — a football helmet and equipment company — to hook up the Vikings with state-of-the-art gear.
August 21, 2018
NBC 5 St. Louis
Clayton HS Invests in Riddell InSite Technology.
August 21, 2018
Football can be a dangerous sport, but new technology is making the game safer. Fewer kids are suffering concussions as helmet makers and metro schools are going to greater lengths to keep young athletes safe.
August 20, 2018
Dolphins Head Coach, Matt Blake is putting an emphasis on making the game of football safer for his players. High-tech helmets like the Riddell In-Site Technology helmet are showing up more and more in youth sports.
August 18, 2018
Ruskin High School received 30 high-tech football helmets. Sensors inside the helmets send a signal to coaches that the player has received a hit to the head.
August 07, 2018
Staff Reporters, The Sentinel
The Steelers, Nike, Wilson, Riddell, USA Football, the National Federation of State High School Associations and its member association, the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association, with financial assistance from the Pro Football Hall of Fame, have committed to provide jerseys, helmets, facility renovations and additional resources to help Midd-West kickstart their football program.
August 02, 2018
Riddell's Insite Training Tool is now installed in every helmet the Tigers wear. Coach Sheldon Evans said the technology connects sensors in each helmet to a remote and alerts that handheld device any time a players helmet takes a hit.
July 31, 2018
Gulf Shores coach Matt Blake doesn't like the path he sees football heading down as the spotlight continues to grow on concussions at all levels.
"I think it is up to us as coaches to protect the game we love," Blake said. "If we don't do something and try to protect it and protect our kids, we'll end up losing this game and we'll all be playing flag football in the next 10 years. We have to do something."
With that in mind, Blake's Gulf Shores team has become one of the first schools in the state to purchase helmets using Riddell's InSite Training Tool Technology. The new technology allows trainers on the sideline to monitor impact hits taken by players on the field.