Seahawks players to wear special cleats for ‘My Cause, My Cleats’ Sunday

Seahawks players to wear special cleats for ‘My Cause, My Cleats’ Sunday

Russell Wilson's cleats supporting the Why Not You Foundation for the 'My Cause, My Cleats' campaign in 2017. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr /Getty Images)

SEATTLE — If you're watching the Seahawks Sunday Night Football game you might notice a little more color on your screen than usual.

Hundreds of players across the NFL this weekend will sport customized cleats for the league's annual "My Cause My Cleats' campaign.

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The campaign, now in its third year, allows players to wear customized cleats to represent their commitment to the causes most important to them.

After the Week 14 games, players can auction off their cleats online and 100 percent of the money raised will be donated to the player's charity.

Sunday's game against the Rams begins at 5:20 p.m. Click here for a game preview.

According to the Seahawks, the following players are participating in the campaign:

Ziggy Ansah, I Am the Answer Cody Barton, Wild Utah Project L.J. Collier, National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation DJ Fluker, Close the Gap Poona Ford, National Breast Cancer Foundation Rasheem Green, Sickle Cell Disease Association Shaquill Griffin, National Kidney Foundation Shaquem Griffin, Special Olympics Mike Iupati, Alzheimer’s Association Branden Jackson, National Women’s Law Center Quinton Jefferson, Creative Justice Tyler Lockett, Light It Up Foundation CJ Prosise, Boys & Girls Club DK Metcalf, Prison Fellowship David Moore, Children’s Tumor Foundation Tyler Ott, The Second Step Geno Smith, Parenting with a Purpose Life Center Neiko Thorpe, American Cancer Society Malik Turner, Uplifting Athletes Russell Wilson, Why Not You Foundation Luke Willson, Canadian Tire Jumpstart Al Woods, Children’s Defense Fund