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Special Olympics was highlighted by NFL players during the 2021 #MyCauseMyCleats Activation

A pair of Special Olympics cleats on the turf.
NFL players worked with Special Olympics athletes to design unique cleats.

For the sixth year in a row, NFL players highlighted charities of their choice during the 2021 #MyCauseMyCleats activation, which took place Week 13 of the NFL season. Many players worked directly with Special Olympics athletes to design their cleats.

NFL players who supported Special Olympics include:

  • Chase Edmonds , Arizona Cardinals
  • Quintin Morris, Buffalo Bills
  • Davis Webb, Buffalo Bills
  • Sam Martin, Denver Broncos
  • Austin Schlottmann, Denver Broncos
  • Dare Ogunbowa, Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Johnny Hekker,  Los Angeles Rams
  • Tyler Higbee,  Los Angeles Rams
  • Robert Hunt, Miami Dolphins
  • Myron Mitchell, Minnesota Vikings
  • Mike White , New York Jets
  • Alex Singleton , Philadelphia Eagles
  • Eddie Yarbrough, San Francisco 49ers
  • Cam Brate, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Scotty Miller, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Anthony Nelson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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