LOCALS IN THE NFL

Local Players Support NFL’s 2021 ‘My Cause My Cleats’ Campaign

Dec 3, 2021, 3:49 PM
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A detail of Eric Rowe #21 of the Miami Dolphins cleats for NFL's My Cause, My Cleats campaign prior to the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Hard Rock Stadium on December 22, 2019 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Multiple players with ties to the state of Utah participated in the NFL’s My Cause My Cleats campaign for the 2021 season.

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“NFL players reveal their passions beyond the game and wear their hearts on their feet through My Cause My Cleats,” NFL.com states. “Players have the opportunity to pick a cause that is important to them and represent their chosen organization on custom designed cleats.”

Here are the local players in the NFL participating in the campaign and what cause they are supporting:

Local NFL Players

Kylie Fitts – Linebacker – Arizona Cardinals

The former Utah linebacker chose to support Love146 with his cleats.

Leki Fotu – Defensive Tackle – Arizona Cardinals

The former Utah defensive lineman chose to support the American Diabetes Association with his cleats.

Jaylon Johnson – Cornerback – Chicago Bears

The former Utah defensive back chose to support Rare Breed Sports Inc. with his cleats.

Bradlee Anae – Defensive End – Dallas Cowboys

The former Utah defensive end chose to support Same Here with his cleats.

Simi Fehoko (Brighton/Stanford) – Wide Receiver – Dallas Cowboys

The former Brighton star chose to support Huntington’s Disease Society of America with his cleats.

Garett Bolles – Offensive Tackle – Denver Broncos

The former Utah offensive lineman chose to support the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) Foundation with his cleats.

 

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Tim Patrick – Wide Receiver – Denver Broncos

The former Utah receiver chose to support the Sarcoma Foundation of America with his cleats.

Jordan Love – Quarterback – Green Bay Packers

The former Utah State quarterback chose to support Special Forces Foundation with his cleats.

Jay Tufele (Bingham/USC) – Defensive Tackle – Jacksonville Jaguars

The former Bingham star chose to support the Woman Center of Jacksonville with his cleats.

 

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Andre James (Herriman/UCLA) – Offensive Tackle – Las Vegas Raiders

The former Herriman star chose to support the American Cancer Society with his cleats.

Dallin Leavitt – Safety – Las Vegas Raiders

The former Utah State defensive back chose to support Parkers Way with his cleats.

Kyler Fackrell – Linebacker – Los Angeles Chargers

The former Utah State linebacker chose to support Operation Underground Railroad with his cleats.

Terrell Burgess – Safety – Los Angeles Rams

The former Utah defensive back chose to support the Exceptional Children’s Foundation with his cleats.

Matt Gay – Kicker – Los Angeles Rams

The former Utah place kicker chose to support Operation Underground Railroad with his cleats.

 

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Kyle Van Noy – Linebacker – New England Patriots

The former BYU linebacker chose to support the Van Noy Valor Foundation with his cleats.

Marcus Williams – Safety – New Orleans Saints

The former Utah defensive back chose to support the American Cancer Society with his cleats.

Zach Wilson – Quarterback – New York Jets

The former BYU quarterback chose to support Goryeb Children’s Hospital with his cleats.

 

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Miles Killebrew – Safety – Pittsburgh Steelers

The former Southern Utah star chose to support St. Jude Boulder City with his cleats.

 

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Fred Warner – Linebacker – San Francisco 49ers

The former BYU linebacker chose to support the Born this Way Foundation with his cleats.

Mitch Wishnowsky – Punter – San Francisco 49ers

The former Utah punter chose to support Hope for Paws with his cleats.

Cody Barton – Linebacker – Seattle Seahawks

The former Utah linebacker chose to support the Dignified Housing Support with his cleats.

Marquise Blair – Safety – Seattle Seahawks

The former Utah defensive back chose to support the Youth Achievement Center with his cleats.

Bryan Mone (Highland/Michigan) – Defensive Tackle – Seattle Seahawks

The former Highland star chose to support Choice Supports with his cleats.

Dax Milne – Wide Receiver – Washington Football Team

The former BYU wide receiver chose to support Best Friends Animal Society with his cleats.

Tyler Larsen – Center – Washington Football Team

The former Utah State offensive lineman chose to support TACA – Autism Community of Action with his cleats.

Kyle Ireland is a Locals in the NFL Insider for KSLSports.com and host of the Yards After College Podcast. Follow him on Twitter (@kyleireland) and Instagram (@kyleirelandksl).

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