Players from across the NFL have joined to together for the "#MyCleatsMyCause" initiative and are sharing photos of their new designs.
The charitable campaign sees some of the leagues most beloved players working with artists to design a unique cleat aimed to spread awareness for a particular cause close to each athlete's heart.
Dozens of players have showcased their special kicks on Twitter, and many intend to auction them off after this week's games.
Scroll through to see what players from all 32 NFL teams are rocking in the name of charity.
#mycausemycleats proud to represent two great causes on Sunday. Emory Healthcare Veterans program, which helps vets struggling with PTSD. As well as AFWB, which teaches football to Kids around the world. A big thanks to @measley17 for painting my cleats. pic.twitter.com/TThFdCOrgo— Ben Garland (@BenGarland63) December 3, 2017
Proud to represent @wwp this week for #MyCauseMyCleats. Thank you to the people of the armed forces, including my dad, father-in-law, uncle, 2 of my brother-in-laws & the folks at Wounded Warriors Project. If we do our part in supporting our veterans it’ll go a long way ✊??? pic.twitter.com/JWrYibkJKp— Jaron Brown (@jaronbrown13) December 1, 2017
Strengthening justice systems, rescuing and restoring survivors, bringing criminals to justice. This Sunday I will be supporting the lifesaving work of @IJM. #MyCauseMyCleats #EndSlavery #UntilAllAreFree pic.twitter.com/bz8nAx1W3c— Benjamin Watson (@BenjaminSWatson) December 2, 2017
Tomorrow I will be wearing these cleats in honor of individuals and families that have been affected by pediatric brain tumors & childhood cancer. It’s a cause that hits close to home especially for my wife’s family. I’ll be playing for Avery Ellis & her family! #MyCauseMyCleats pic.twitter.com/NoNhqiypGx— Matt Skura (@Matt_Skura62) December 2, 2017
It's #mycausemycleats week! I will be representing Disabled Veterans for Operation Second Chance(NPLB). OSC/NPLB raises money for Wounded Veterans to get out of the house or care center and get into the outdoors. Check them out!!https://t.co/gOPaAaepuF pic.twitter.com/nia7Lk4zeL— Ryan Groy (@disGROYer79) November 28, 2017
Our players, coaches, and owners are going all out for their favorite charities on Sunday. ? #MyCauseMyCleatsNovember 30, 2017
Pep is @GoHeels from his head down to his toes!December 1, 2017
Bengals DE Michael Johnson will be wearing these cleats on MNF as part of the NFL's #MyCauseMyCleats week. Much respect!
"Every day I ask myself, ‘Am I part of the problem? Or am I part of the solution?’ We all need to ask ourselves that question every day” - Michael Johnson pic.twitter.com/noKdL9Gl9w— Basketball Cop (@BasketballCop) November 30, 2017
"It didn't hold me back once I learned how to overcome it and cope with it.December 2, 2017
Christian Kirksey was 17 when he lost his father, Elmer, to a stroke. November 29, 2017
Two months ago, he learned his aunt was diagnosed with bone cancer.
These cleats are ??? Always honored to represent the island of Guam.November 28, 2017
In 2014, 276 girls were kidnapped in Nigeria.. 2017 & more than 100 still in captivity. In Africa, issues rarely get attention or resolved. W Libya slave trade going on and girls still missing, I wanted to bring awareness & honor efforts for change in Africa. #MyCauseMyCleats pic.twitter.com/py4HrI7IDt— Chido (@ChidobeAwuzie) December 1, 2017
The cleats I will be wearing Sunday will be dedicated to my mom. She was diagnosed with MS #MyCauseMyCleats allows me to raise awareness for all the work that @mssociety does with research and support for people with M.S. I look forward to wearing these cleats on Sunday. pic.twitter.com/klqqCs1Abj— Chad Slade (@ChadSlade62) November 30, 2017
?: Bob QuinnDecember 3, 2017
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?: Sam Martin Foundation pic.twitter.com/PFwcLT0C5P— Detroit Lions (@Lions) December 3, 2017
?: In support of Leukemia patients pic.twitter.com/dAsD6zLfsq— Detroit Lions (@Lions) December 2, 2017
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Every week @TheMalikJackson uses his custom cleats to raise money for the community.December 2, 2017
41 players.December 1, 2017