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This week features the NFL’s “My Cause, My Cleats” campaign that allows players to wear non-standard cleats in an effort to raise money for various charitable causes that are close to that individual player’s heart. After the games, the cleats will be auctioned off on the league’s NFL Auction website.

For the Miami Dolphins, several of the players will be wearing special edition cleats this weekend:

Some of the players who will be wearing the cleats include:

Alterraun Verner


“Both cancer and diabetes have affected my family personally. This cause empowers me to take care of my family and their health.”

Andre Branch


Anthony Steen

Pat Tillman Foundation

“I want to support our troops, and I feel like our military should get more in return for what they do for our country.”

Bobby McCain

Pat Tillman Foundation

“I am supporting the Pat Tillman Foundation. This cause empowers me to be a better person.”

Cameron Wake

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. Never settle, stay aware, and stay active.”

Charles Harris

Multiple Sclerosis Foundation

“The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation is personal to me. My mother has MS, and through her I don’t take anything for granted.”

Davon Godchaux

Eric Smith

“Supporting individuals with special needs and disabilities empowers me to continue playing and inspires me to uplift others.”

Gabe Wright

“I want to further spread awareness around the globe and use my platform to impact in a positive way.”

Jarvis Landry

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

“I lost a good friend to cystic fibrosis back in high school. Before she passed, I promised her that I would use my platform to raise awareness and support efforts to find a cure.”

Ja’Wuan James

Charlie Villanueva Foundation

“I have alopecia myself, and my friend Charlie Villanueva reached out to me to help raise awareness.”

Jesse Davis

Wounded Warrior Project

Julius Thomas

Arts for Learning Miami

Kenny Stills

Empowered Youth / Big Brothers Big Sisters

Kenyan Drake

Boys & Girls Clubs

MarQueis Gray

Epilepsy & Leukemia

Sam Young

Dolphins Cancer Challenge

Walt Aikens

American Diabetes Association