Players on the Houston Texans will be wearing some really cool looking custom cleats for the NFL’s My Cause My Cleats initiative this week.
The NFL is very strict when it comes to what cleats players can wear week in and week out. So much so that players will get fined if they wear custom cleats during a game. They’re required to wear cleats that coincide with the colors of their respective team.
The NFL is allowing their players to wear custom cleats this week for their My Clause My Cleats initiative, in order to represent a charity.
You can get a glimpse of the custom cleats that some of the players on the Texans will wear this week, on their website. We also have some of them below.
Texans’ quarterback Tom Savage revealed on Wednesday that his cleats will be in support of his 13 year-old cousin, who is battling leukemia.
Texans’ tight end Stephen Anderson showed off his cleats on Instagram. He’ll be representing 100 Black Men of America.
Star linebacker Jadeveon Clowny posted a photo of his cleats on Twitter. He’s representing the Boys and Girls Clubs of Houston.
Houston running back Lamar Miller is helping the Chauncey Glover Project gain more exposure with his cleats.
Texans’ wide receivers DeAndre Hopkins and Will Fuller are spreading the word about AVDA, in order to raise awareness for domestic violence.
Cornerback Kareem Jackson will be supporting the fight against cancer with his cleats this week.
Jon Weeks’ cleats are in support of abused children.
Texans’ linebacker Chad Slade’s cleats will be spreading awareness for multiple sclerosis.
Center Greg Mancz is supporting a center that helps kids deal with the loss of a loved one.
Wide receiver Braxton Miller is supporting the American Heart Association with his cleats.
Texans’ running back Jordan Todman will be spreading awareness for diabetes and lupus.
Comment below and let us know which pair of cleats are your favorite.