The NFL is allowing players to sport custom cleats in promotion of a charity in Week 13.
The NFL will once again allow players to share causes that mean a lot to them during the Week 13 "My Cause, My Cleats" campaign.
In the past two years, more than 500 players supported causes raising awareness for those battling diseases and illnesses to supporting clean water and local Boys and Girls Clubs.
In August, the NFL announced that it was relaxing its guidelines on footwear for players. Before games, players can wear personalized cleats prior to warm-ups and have more options on clear colors during the game. Cleats for pregame warm-ups can not be offensive or express any political views.
Here is a look at some of the cleats that will be worn by players during Week 13:
I dont have a foundation so i have chosen to support my brother @kaepernick7 foundation @yourrightscamp for #MyCauseMyCleats He has paid the ultimate sacrifice in order to bring true everyday issues to light. Please follow the page & go to the website to learn more. We Should ALL Know Our Rights & Be Able to Express Them Freely. Thanks again @solesbysir you continue to impress ✊🏾✊🏾✊🏾
Excited to unveil my custom-designed lupus awareness cleats that I’ll wear this Sunday to support @lupusorg and to pay tribute to my sister Pam. Read about #MyCauseMyCleats story and check out more pics here: https://t.co/czSkNVMURY pic.twitter.com/ceGruMrap1— Antonio Gates (@AntonioGates85) November 28, 2017
All 32 teams will be in action during Week 13.
This post will be updated as more players and teams reveal the cleats that they will wear for their respective games.