NFL Players support Autism Speaks during 'My Cause My Cleats' campaign

This year a number of NFL players have chosen to represent Autism Speaks for the My Cause My Cleats campaign. Players wore cleats inspired by Autism Speaks (pictured below) in games and those cleats will be auctioned off on the NFL auction page. The proceeds from these auctions will help drive our mission to promote solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the life span, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families.

THANK YOU to the players supporting the cause this holiday season. The players that chose to support Autism Speaks are as follows:

Duron Harmon, New England Patriots

Duron Harmon Cleats
Duran is honoring his nephew who is on the spectrum.


 Brian O'Neill, Minnesota Vikings

Brian Oneill Cleats

Brian is honoring his sister Lorraine, who is on the autism spectrum.

Mike McGlinchey, San Francisco 49ers

Mike McGlinchey Cleats

Mike is honoring his brother Jimmy, who is on the autism spectrum.


Kendrick Bourne, San Francisco 49ers

Kendrick Bourne Cleats
Kendrick is honoring his uncles with his cleats.


Donovan Smith, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Donovan Smith Cleats


Chidobe Awuzie, Dallas Cowboys

Chidobe Awuzie Cleats


Daniel Ross, Dallas Cowboys

Daniel Ross Cleats


Mike Weber, Dallas Cowboys

Mike Weber Cleats


Isaiah Prince, Miami Dolphins

Isaiah Prince Cleats

Eric Smith, New York Giants


Chris Cooper: Atlanta Falcons

Chris is honoring his little cousin who is on the spectrum.


Aldrick Robinson, Minnesota Vikings


Tyus Bowser, Baltimore Ravens


Gabe Jackson, Oakland Raiders


If you are interested in bidding on one of the Autism Speaks cleats head to the NFL auction page.