NFL players support children's hospitals across the country

Week 13 of the National Football League was filled with touchdowns for charities when players were allowed to wear customized cleats to represent causes that they’re passionate about as part of the #MyCauseMyCleats campaign. 

We are so thankful that so many NFL players (13!) wore custom cleats to support Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals across the country.

Denver Broncos wide receiver Cody Latimer chose to show his support for CMN Hospitals, Children’s Hospital Colorado and our 2016-17 Colorado Champion, Carson.

@codylatimer14's #MyCauseMyCleats, supporting @cmnhospitals, @childrenscolo and @carson_cline14

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Matt Ryan, quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons, wore cleats for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

I’m committed to making all kids better today and healthier tomorrow. #MyCauseMyCleats @childrensatl

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Greg Olsen, tight end for the Carolina Panthers, represented Levine Children’s in Charlotte. 

 

Robbie Gould, kicker for the New York Giants, wore cleats for Lurie Children’s in Chicago. 

 

Carson Palmer, quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals, wore cleats for Phoenix Children’s.

@carsonpalmer3's cleats for #MyCauseMyCleats. His cause is @phxchildrens

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Six other players for the Arizona Cardinals also chose to support Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation including Evan Boehm, Drew Butler, Chandler Catanzaro, Chris Johnson, Drew Stanton and Jared Veldeheer.

Additionally, Randall Cobb, wide receiver for Green Bay Packers, wore cleats for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin while Shane Vereen of the New York Giants supported Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

Our thanks goes out to these elite athletes who have chosen to make children’s hospitals their charitable cause. If you’d like to support children’s hospitals too, join in and #BeTheirMVP by making a donation today.

  

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