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Seahawks 'My Cause, My Cleats' Footwear Now Available For Auction With Funds Raised Going To Charity

Twenty-two pairs of shoes the Seahawks wore as part of the NFL’s annual ‘My Cause, My Cleats’ campaign are now available for 12s to bid on at auctions.seahawks.com, with proceeds going to the cause, charity, or community organization each Seahawk chose to represent. 

The initiative allowed NFL players around the league a chance to showcase their off-the-field passions through unique designs on their on-the-field footwear. Seahawks players teamed up with local artists to customize their kicks to spread awareness for causes ranging from health-related issues like cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s and dementia, to youth-related organizations like Special Olympics and Make-A-Wish. 

“They do have the serious causes that they’re fighting for and all that,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said of this season’s ‘My Cause, My Cleats’ campaign. “It’s a good opportunity to make a statement that’s followed up—it’s not just the game, it’s kind of the involvement with the groups and things that they are supporting. It’s really good.”

Here’s a full list of the Seahawks’ shoes available to bid on at auctions.seahawks.com, along with the cause each individual chose to support:

Players

Justin Coleman: American Diabetes Association

Mike Davis: American Cancer Society

Ed Dickson: Boys and Girls Club of Emerald Valley 

George Fant: Special Olympics Kentucky 

D.J. Fluker: I’m A Father F1rst 

Shaquill Griffin & Shaquem Griffin: St. Pete Nitro Track Club 

Brett Hundley: American Diabetes Association

Branden Jackson: American Diabetes Association 

Sebastian Janikowski: Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation

Quinton Jefferson: CeaseFirePA & Jordan McNair Foundation 

Dion Jordan: Special Olympics Washington

Tyler Lockett: Light It Up Foundation 

Jacob Martin: Make-A-Wish & Mothers Against Drunk Driving 

Bradley McDougald: Make-A-Wish

J.D. McKissic: PAWS

Caleb Scott: Haiti Child Sponsorship 

J.R. Sweezy: Johns Hopkins Children’s Center

Tedric Thompson: Youth Justice Coalition 

Neiko Thorpe: Black Lives Matter

Nick Vannett: Never Ever Give Up

Staff/Legends

John Schneider: Ben’s Fund

Walter Jones: Player Care Foundation

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