This Sunday, supporting charities chosen by the players


Believe it or not, there is art in the NFL.

Though present day NFL flaunts innovative new helmets, and shiny jerseys of all colors — embedded with the swoosh insignia, it’s the cleats that have become the most compelling part of the uniform. Furthermore, its the only element that allows the player to get creative and express himself. Over the past three years, the NFL’s biggest names such as; Antonio Brown, Odell Beckham Jr. and Von Miller have all teamed up with the renowned artist such as Kickasso, to design their own pre-game and in-game footwear — sometimes sporting two different pairs per game.

This week, in the midst of a WWE meets a circus meets the bad news bears type of season, the NFL is holding one of its most important weekends, My Cause, My Cleats. In this, players are encouraged to customize their cleats and have them marked with a charity or foundation near and dear to their hearts.

Here we take a look at some of the most artistic cleats you will see on Sunday, and the organizations they showcase:


Carson Palmer of the Arizona Cardinals
Phoenix Children’s Hospital


Tom Brady of the New England Patriots
Best Buddies and the Ellie Fund


Morgan Fox of the Los Angeles Rams
Wounded Warrior Project


Blake Bortless of the Jacksonville Jaguars
Jacksonville Police and Fire departments


Jamal Charles of the Denver Broncos
Special Olympics


Amari Cooper of the Oakland Raiders
Read to Me


Paul Posluszny of the Jacksonville Jaguars
Pat Tillman Foundation


Brandon Shell and Jonotthan Harrison of the New York Jets
Stomp Out Bullying


Byron Jones of the Dallas Cowboys
CJD Foundation


Chris Long of the Philadelphia Eagles
The Waterboys


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