There was an interesting side note that came out of Mike Holmgren's press conference on Monday. Regarding Seneca Wallace, he was asked what the team had to do since only one radio helmet -- with the green dot -- is allowed on the field at a time.
Holmgren said that the team had to get Wallace an additional helmet, and they went so far as to designate a guy to keep track of Wallace's helmets. Now I don't know if this is hyperbole or not, but Holmgren said he turned around during the game and thought that a guy was stealing Wallace's helmet until he was told that the guy was keeping track of both. (How do I get that job?)
Holmgren, a part of the competition committee, said that this one-radio-helmet rule came out of Pittsburgh's Kordell Stewart because he used to come off the bench as Slash. The rules committee felt there was something unfair about two players on the field being able to communicate via radio so they banned it -- though Holmgren wasn't entirely sure how they enforce the rule.