NFL players support causes through custom cleats

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  • By Around The NFL staff NFL.com
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NFL players seemingly always rock cool cleats, but this week they are wearing them for an even cooler reason. #MyCauseMyCleats allows players to support their causes this week by wearing them during the games, rather than just before kickoff.

Here are some of our favorites.

Football fans haven't been able to accuse Cowboys rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott of dogging it, until now.

You can't argue that Vikings wideout Charles Johnson "blue it" with his cleat selection, he's supporting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

While they aren't Elvis' famous blue suede shoes, but Elvis Dumervil's cleats are still rockin'.

Detroit isn't lyin': Defensive lineman Haloti Ngata and tight end Eric Ebron both have awesome cleats supporting great causes!

The initials "MJ" are synonymous already with sneakers, but Malcolm Jenkins will be displaying his own MJ's to support his foundation.

Plenty of Gang Green players will be wearing the color appropriate footwear to support mental health awareness when the Jets take on the Colts Monday night.

Glam Cam Jordan will be wearing these swanky cleats to support United Way of Southeast Louisiana.

Jameis Winston will be wearing these cleats in honor of his grandmother and all other people who are suffering from type 1 diabetes.

The Jaguars have several chic cleats for their causes.

Regarding the cause behind Arthur Moats' cleats, we're lovin' it!

Here are some others.

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