The Pittsburgh Steelers are honoring the memory of Darryl Drake, their late wide receivers coach, with a helmet decal.
The yellow decal with the initials "DD" will debut in Saturday night's preseason home game against the Kansas City Chiefs and will be worn throughout the 2019 campaign.
Drake, 62, passed away suddenly last Sunday, one day after reportedly complaining of chest pains.
Drake joined the Pittsburgh staff in 2018 following stints as a receivers coach with the Arizona Cardinals (2013-17) and Chicago Bears (2004-12).
"I only knew him for a year and a half, but I think in that year and a half he meant more to me than some people I've known my whole life," Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said, per the team website.
--Field Level Media