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NFL players support CMN Hospitals in My Cause, My Cleats

Hundreds of NFL players are supporting charitable causes over the next few weeks as part of the My Cause, My Cleats initiative. It was created in 2016 for NFL players to showcase the charitable cause that is most important to them to a national audience.

This year, 15 NFL players selected local CMN Hospitals as their cause of choice during the campaign. Many of these players have personal ties with the hospitals and have visited and supported the patients treated there. These players are bringing awareness and funds to these local hospitals and making even more miracles happen in the lives of kids! You can bid on these special edition cleats and 100% of the proceeds will go to the player’s causes.

Denver Broncos

 Joseph Jones, Linebacker–CMN Hospitals 

Joseph selected to represent Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals during the campaign because he has a personal tie to children’s hospitals.

“My brothers-in-law were both diagnosed with pediatric cancer, which is why I dedicate a lot of my time to visiting patients and their families at Children’s Hospital,” Joseph said. “I love kids!”

DeMarcus Walker, Defensive End–Colorado Children’s Hospital

Sam Jones, Defensive End–Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation

Seattle Seahawks

J.R. Sweezy, Guard–Johns Hopkins Children’s Center

Atlanta Falcons

Deion Jones, Linebacker; Keith Tandy, Saftey; Marvin Hall, Wide Receiver–Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Miama Dolphins

Ted Larsen, Guard–Phoenix Children’s Hospital NICU

Baltimore Ravens

Brent Urban, Defensive End–The Hospital for Sick Children

San Fransisco 49ers

Robbie Gould, Placekicker–Lurie Children’s Hospital Chicago

Los Angeles Rams

Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, Linebacker–Children’s Hospital L.A.

Los Angeles Chargers

Cole Toner, Offensive Guard–Children’s Hospital L.A.

Carolina Panthers

Marshall Newhouse, Offensive Tackle–Children’s Hospital of Orange County

Indianapolis Colts

Jack Doyle, Tight End–Riley Children’s Hospital

Andrew Luck, Quarterback–Riley Children’s Foundation

Oakland Raiders

Derek Carr, Quarterback–Valley Children’s Healthcare