Football players at Venice High School will have the latest in anti-concussion technology when they take to the field this season. The team’s new helmets have a foam cover that ricochets off objects- coach John Peacock told ABC-7 it’s like two Nerf balls hitting each other. The protective cover clips to the outside of the helmet. The school purchased 70 of the covers at a cost of around $115 apiece. The coach said in addition to preventing concussions, the foam cover also helps protect from neck injuries, because helmets will no longer stick to each other and put pressure on the neck.