The NFL is aware of an issue that could potentially result in an adverse reaction to the new Silver Seal roof coating.
It is not known if there is a problem with the helmet or the helmet’s seal, but the league says it is investigating the situation.
The NFL did not disclose the potential risk to the league’s game-day safety or to the NFL Players Association.
In an email to The Associated Press, NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said the league was “aware of a situation involving a helmet seal and a silver roof coating” and is “working with our manufacturers to identify the root cause.”
The NFL has been using the silver seal for more than a decade, and it is the first in-game coatings approved by the league that does not contain a metallic or abrasive material.
It has a long history in the NFL, dating back to its debut in 1998.
The helmet is made by the Seattle Seahawks and is rated at $2,499, according to the helmet manufacturers website.
The seal is made from a polyurethane material, which is made of an oil-based rubber.
The company that makes the helmet is also making the seal.
It is not clear whether the helmet has a problem.
The NFLPA said it was unaware of the issue until contacted by The Associated News.
The league’s helmet supplier, Tic Tac, told the AP that its “most recent data indicates the silver roof seal is not adversely affecting helmet use during the 2017 season, with the exception of helmet use on field.
If this is the case, we are working with our manufacturer to address the issue.
The Silver Seal has been approved by all the leagues helmet manufacturers.”
The league has been working with its helmet supplier to fix the issue and said it would not comment further until the issue is resolved.