Putting aside the laughable idea that a warning label is a disclosure, how about this:
You have highlighted a block of text that appears on Schutt's warning label. Here's the rub: the NFL doesn't use Schutt helmets, they use Riddell. Here is Ridell's label:
NO HELMET CAN PREVENT SERIOUS HEAD OR NECK INJURIES A PLAYER MIGHT RECEIVE WHILE PARTICIPATING IN FOOTBALL. Do not use this helmet to butt, ram or spear an opposing player. This is in violation of the football rules and such use can result in severe head or neck injuries, paralysis or death to you and possible injury to your opponent. Contact in football may result in CONCUSSION-BRAIN INJURY which no helmet can prevent. Symptoms include: loss of consciousness or memory, dizziness, headache, nausea or confusion. If you have symptoms, immediately stop playing and report them to your coach, trainer and parents. Do not return to a game or practice until all symptoms are gone and you have received medical clearance. Ignoring this warning may lead to another and more serious or fatal brain injury.
In other words, your highlighted block of text doesn't exist on the helmet used by the NFL or about 1/2 of college football.
Whatever. Maybe you shouldn't crib your talking points from vaguely-racist far-right websites like "Moonbattery.com" - the source of your picture.