Rachaad White Won’t Be Wearing Guardians Caps In Games

April 26th, 2024

Guardians Caps can now be worn in games.

This was too easy to call.

The NFL is paranoid of lawsuits. That’s why the NFL is so hung up on safety. It isn’t so much they are worried about safety, the NFL is worried about coughing up hundreds of millions of dollars in lawsuits.

That’s why the NFL started mandating those ugly-arse Guardians Caps in training practices. You know the ones, where they make every player wearing one look like the Great Gazoo?

Joe thought it was just a matter of time before the NFL has players wearing those eyerakes in games.

We are now here.

The NFL announced players can voluntarily wear Guardians Caps in games. When news broke today, many players took to social media to slam those things and one was Bucs running back Rachaad White.

It seems White, like “this Joe,” thinks a mandatory order to wear those things is just around the corner. White wants nothing to do with those things in games.

@Chaad_1: Bro ain’t nobody tryna wear these 😂😂 c’mon now yaw getting outta hand 🖐️💯

Joe has to imagine wearing those things in training camp is hot as hell. Basically, a chunk of padded plastic completely covers the tops of helmets.

With the sun beating down, it must be broiling in those things.

Guardians Caps look so ugly and juvenile, but get used to them. Joe predicts by the end of the decade, those things will be mandatory.

28 Responses to “Rachaad White Won’t Be Wearing Guardians Caps In Games”

  1. Hearty Dikerson Says:

    I bet Jaelon Darden chooses to wear one.

  2. HomerSimpsonRocks Says:

    We can all joke about how we think they look, but I’m
    Pretty sure they are designed to help prevent concussions.

  3. Capt.Tim Says:

    Personally, Im excited to see the bubblewrap uniforms! Pewter and Red Bubblewrap, players waddling around like sumos!

    Man, that’ll be fun! Shortly after,the team will sell big beachballs to fans. For a huge cost, you can try to throw the ball at the opposing Bubbleclad QB. Really excited about the direction the game is going! Thank you, Roger Godell.

    In fairness,there are so many injuries every year, and long term effects. They gotta do something. These guys shouldnt end up crippled or brain damaged, because of their job. No one should.

  4. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Perhaps Marpet can come out of retirement and wear one…..

  5. BucsBeBack (Artist formally known as: BringBucsBack) Says:

    In time, they’ll fashion something like it to fit around a QB’s torso.

  6. SB~LV Says:

    The game has already been ruined, just wait for the new kickoff cluster, flags for hip drop tackles for “was it or not “ penalties
    Don’t NASCAR my NFL !
    Too late!
    I am down to only watching Bucs on TV during regular season, after being a hard core NFL fan seeing close to 250 -300 Buc games live!

  7. Rusty Shackleford Says:

    I wore Joe’s old lady as a hat one time.

  8. Todd Says:

    I politely request it to be mandatory for Logan Hall to wear a double Guardian Cap during any practices that include Graham Barton at center, guard or tackle. Or punt returner. Heck, make Hall wear a double Guardian Cap in team meetings when Graham is present.

    Thank you.

  9. MadMax Says:

    We’re set at WR so SHUSH! maybe a 6th tomorrow…..

    DB/ILB/RB/ DE Kamara is up today baby

  10. MadMax Says:

    Trade up for Payton Wilson….im sold on this kid….DeJean too!

  11. Rusty Shackleford Says:

    Bucs to draft Javon Baker in the third round aka Brandon Marshall 2.0, but without the mental illness.

  12. Booger Says:

    NO. There’s more than enough info out there nowadays, in order for these players to be plenty informed on the risks. They can keep them ‘optional’ and then have the players who don’t want to wear them to just ‘sign-off’ on it. It would be an embarrassment to mandate these horrible things. Technology in helmets have already come a long way in the past 10-15 years, & I’m sure that it will continue to do so moving forward. Then, account for every other ‘new rule’ they continue to add under the sun, and they’ll be just fine. It’ll be ‘flag’ football by then anyway, in more ways than one.

  13. Usfbuc Says:

    If I’m a GM I’m looking to see who wears those at games and then they go on a do not sign list.

  14. Rusty Shackleford Says:

    Helmets will one day have an inertial dampener built in kinda like an energy absorber. Sounds sci-fi, but once the mechanics get worked out, it will be a game changer and will eliminate all concussions from tackle football.

  15. Rusty Shackleford Says:

    Atlanta is getting roasted by their fans today.

  16. View from 132 Says:

    Not watching football with balloon hats. Not to mention, this makes a guy two inches taller. More batted balls for our QB.

  17. Rod Munch Says:

    Those things are embarrassing. Why don’t these sissies just wear dresses and get it over with.

  18. FortMyersDave Says:

    They are ugly but then again, no one wants to become the next Scot Brantley from getting too many hits to the dome. You would think the suits could hire some R&D outfit to engineer one that does not look like those Great Gazoo helmets and then market them to Pop Warner, high schools and colleges.

  19. SRQ Bucs Fan Says:

    The helmets will probably get bigger. Mr. (Roger) Gazoo will make sure of it!

  20. Alvin Scissors Harper Says:

    That is The Great Gazoo!!!!! Nothing else matters.

  21. Irishmist Says:

    Criticize them all you want, but Marpet might still be playing for us if these were available a few years ago.

  22. SB~LV Says:

    Atlanta will have a new GM
    before the season starts!

  23. 1#bucsfan Says:

    I don’t understand the law suit part. These players know the risk of playing football and nobody is forcing them too. NFL needs to put their foot down and at you guys play at your own risk don’t sue us for you playing a dam game. It’s ridiculous how soft they guys are these days. Football was better back in the day

  24. Bojim Says:

    Doubt if anyone will voluntarily be the first to wear one. He’d be afraid of being called a pssy.

  25. A Bucs Fan Says:

    Helmets prevent fractures not concussions. Waste of money.

  26. DavidBigBucsFan99 Says:

    It’s not just a game anymore its a job. The NFL and all the team owners make a whole lot more money than what they pay these players combined and a good portion of the dudes getting concussions and serious injuries are not the ones making millions of $$$ a year. It’s funny when people who have no choice but to be spectators of a sport got the nerve to call these guys soft when the NFL tried to bury evidence of the brain damage concussions cause, as well as all the former players who never knew the consequences of this “game” that became mere shells of the men they once were because of the physical and mental deterioration their bodies and brains went thru. The NFL is doing what is doing because the cat was let out of the bag and because of that players deserve the right to sue. It’s as American as apple pie

  27. Joe Says:

    Doubt if anyone will voluntarily be the first to wear one. He’d be afraid of being called a pssy.

    Didn’t a guard or tackle for the Packers sort of wear one not that long ago in games? It was a hard shell. It looked like he had a helmet on top of a helmet. Had a bunch of concussions.

  28. Idroolpewter&red Says:

    Why not get rid of Gazoo helmets and bubble wrap and go exactly to where football is heading eventually; flag football. These guys are playing a dangerous sport. When bodies slam against each other violently, bad things can happen. Players already know this and should be treated accordingly. If a football helmet doesn’t do what it’s designed to do, hold that company liable for any injuries that occur. Same goes for any other piece of protective equipment. Just don’t keep changing the rules to the point that the sport is no longer watchable.