Customized facemasks are no longer welcome in the NFL, unless a player has a medical reason for wearing one.
You're looking at a custom prototype facemask whipped up for Arizona by Bad-Ass Masks, apparently the Pimp My Ride of helmets.
Ray Lewis returned to practice Wednesday for the first time since tearing his tricep in Week 7. He's not eligible to play this Sunday, but the Ravens posted a photo of the new facemask Lewis will be wearing.
This season New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck will be taking the field with a particularly striking helmet that looks like something that a mean robot would wear. Although the mask is aesthetically pleasing and will make Tuck look undeniably badass, it actually serves a purpose as well.