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July 02, 2020
As sports facilities start to reopen after the COVID-19 lockdown — evidenced by NASCAR racing resuming on May 16, 2020 and the announcement that the NBA season will continue on July 31 — it looks like professional sports and likely collegiate games will soon resume to some extent, albeit with social-distancing rules in place and spectatorship not quite what it once was. This prospect is welcome news for holding company BRG Sports, parent company of Riddell, which designs, develops, and markets innovative sports equipment, smart helmet technology, team apparel, and accessories.
June 30, 2020
New head coach Brandon Lyles is encouraged by the attitudes and work ethic exhibited by the Douglas football players who attended workouts during June, which was Lyles’ first month in charge of his alma mater’s program.
“From when we first started it just seems like our numbers have grown,” Lyles said. “Then we kind of had a setback. Some of them had been exposed, or been around somebody [who tested positive for COVID-19], so they’ve been pulled away for 14 days. Trying to get those guys back will be huge.
June 17, 2020
When Chris Messano lined up as a Northern Michigan University Wildcats wide receiver in the early 2000s, he remembers the then-high tech way the school trained its player. The Division II football program had a coach who was responsible for cutting up VHS tape into offense- and defense-specific film and making copies to share.
June 03, 2020
It’s not often a team undergoes a complete rebrand, but the Los Angeles Rams ventured down that path this offseason with new logos, new uniforms, a new helmet and touched-up colors. It was a process more than two years in the making, culminating in two major reveals this spring.
May 29, 2020
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May 26, 2020
While fans are wondering whether the upcoming football season will be played, coaches and equipment companies are making sure a very important piece of the puzzle is ready and up-to-date.
May 15, 2020
While no one is actually playing football right now, analytics and data collecting are contributing to safety in the sport like at no other time.
Riddell, which topped the recent NFL/NFLPA helmet ratings with three of its models, has dived so deep into the data that it’s discovering previously unexplored information.
April 17, 2020
Sports analytics and wearables company Catapult has partnered with football helmet manufacturer Riddell to integrate head impact data into XOS, a video-based coaching analytics platform owned by Catapult. The data will derive from sensors in Riddell’s smart helmets that measure blows to the head.
March 11, 2020
Peyton Manning noted that, like in supply chains, technology is another change that has disrupted football. “There are smart helmets from Riddell that monitor players through practice field and in games,” he said. “It’s making it better and it’s making it safer.”
February 18, 2020
As president of one of the world's largest football equipment manufacturers, Dan Arment sees the mission of the National Football Foundation and his company, Riddell, as going hand-in-hand.
The NFF wants to use football to mold young athletes into good citizens and good people. Riddell wants to make the game safer so the sport can continue to provide those opportunities for young players.