Cleveland Browns Quarterback, Baker Mayfield Auctions Off Cleats to Benefit Special Olympics

More than 800 NFL players raised money and awareness for organizations supporting various causes by wearing custom cleats during the 2018 regular season.
Baker Mayfield of the Cleveland Browns in his #6 jersey with a browns knitted cap on at  a game.

More than 800 NFL players raised money and awareness for organizations supporting various causes by wearing custom cleats during the 2018 regular season. Fifteen NFL players, including Cleveland Browns, starting quarterback Baker Mayfield displayed their support for Special Olympics through the "My Cause, My Cleats" campaign. Mayfield wore his custom cleats during the Cleveland Browns road game versus the Houston Texans.

Prior to the game, Mayfield took to Instagram to post a picture of his custom Special Olympics cleats and headphones along with some statistics on the impact of Unified Sports.

Mayfield and the NFL are auctioning off his custom Special Olympics cleats online with 100% of the proceeds to be donated to Special Olympics. The online auction will be open for bidding until January 6th, 2018. Click HERE to view and bid on the cleats before bidding closes.