When it comes to catching, why do NFL players have to have leather up?

NFL Players are being taught a lesson this season that may be a shock to some players, especially if they are rookies.

After seeing players like Brandon Marshall and Calvin Johnson wear leather up for the first time this season, it has left a bad taste in the mouths of some fans.

The new rule is causing players to get hurt.

According to The Athletic, some players are still struggling to recover from the injury, while others are not so lucky.

Here are some of the players who have taken to wearing leather up to the point of injury.

The New York Jets have a big one coming.

The team’s head of player safety, Brandon Stokley, was interviewed by The Athletic’s Mark Maske about the issue and he said, “Players should not be in any kind of contact with the skin or any kind, the whole thing, because it will be detrimental to their long-term health.”

In other words, you should never put your hands on someone’s skin because of the potential for injury.

However, Stokly also pointed out that there were some exceptions to the rule.

“You should never be in contact with any part of someone’s body,” Stokry said.

“The best way to protect yourself is to wear a glove.

There’s some gloves out there, but not everyone wears one.”

He went on to say that players can wear leather if they’re wearing gloves.

“A player who’s wearing gloves should not touch anything but their hands,” he said.

The players were given some advice on how to protect themselves from the leather: Use a small pad or a piece of cloth to wipe down your hands.

Don’t let your hands touch the skin of your face or hands.

Take your hands off the ground.

Put on a mask if you want to protect your face.

There is also a “safety strap” that players are taught to use if they need to get in a situation.

That is designed to hold the leather to your hands and prevent them from sliding.

There was no word on what safety strap is, but the NFL does have a few guidelines on what a player should be wearing.

It states that players should wear a safety belt or a safety mask to protect against the skin.

If a player is injured or if someone gets a bad feeling and wants to stop, the safety strap should be on to stop the player from sliding away.

This is the second time this year that the leather rule has been changed.

In 2014, the NFL implemented a rule that allowed players to use a safety strap for contact.

Players were told to wear the safety belt and use the safety mask when they were in contact.

The league did say that the rule was to be “limited in scope” and “limited to the fewest number of players.”

Now that the injury has happened to some of these players, the issue of leather being worn is a real concern.

While some have already taken the safety up a notch, it’s going to be a long season for these players.

They will be in an awkward position if they have to wear leather for the next three weeks, but they can always switch back to a safety.

Here’s what some of those players are doing: Safety Marcus Sherels.

Sherelts helmet is on a padded collar, which means that it is not covered with a cloth.

It is also not covered in any way, shape, or form.

The safety strap he wears is the same as the one used by most players.

It’s made of a polyester material.

Sherells had his first practice wearing the safety with a mask.

The player says he was in no hurry to wear it.

“It wasn’t my first time, so I didn’t expect to do it,” he told the press.

He was a big fan of the safety helmet and had even purchased a pair himself.

“My helmet is one of the best helmets I’ve ever owned, but I just feel like I have to try and get it to go up to where I can get a lot of protection,” Sherel and the rest of the Jets defense will have to prove this season.

Safety Malcolm Jenkins.

Jenkins has worn leather since he was a high school senior.

He has worn it to practice and has also worn it in games, but he said that it was never his first time wearing it.

He said that he thought it would be beneficial to wear something other than a safety when he was playing.

“I just felt like I would be more comfortable to wear an actual helmet,” Jenkins said.

He also said that this would help his recovery.

“If I get hurt and I don’t wear my helmet, it hurts a lot worse because I can’t see the play,” he explained.

Jenkins did wear a helmet in practice last week, but it was the same one he had at the beginning of the season.

He didn’t wear it in the regular season.

“At first, I didn