Tuesday , December 7 2021

The NFL’s Last Helmetless Player Didn’t Even Like Hats

By the 1930s, leather helmets were a standard part of football uniforms—except for Dick Plasman. The Chicago Bears’ receiver never liked hats, and he particularly despised the era’s uncomfortable football helmets that constantly dropped over his eyes and obscured his vision while attempting to make catches. Preferring to play bareheaded with just his lush blonde hair as padding, Plasman is believed to be the last helmetless player in National Football League history, according to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. 




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