NFL Players Rock Customized Cleats for Week 1 of 2017 Season

Zac Wassink@https://twitter.com/ZacWassinkFeatured ColumnistSeptember 10, 2017

Last month, fans learned NFL players will be allowed to wear personalized and customized cleats during pregame warm-ups.

A variety of individuals took advantage of the policy on the first Sunday of the 2017 regular season.      

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas honored 15-year-old team superfan Jarrius Robertson with gold cleats that feature the young man's face.

Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Jalen Mills, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy, Detroit Lions wide receiver Golden Tate, Atlanta Falcons receiver Mohamed Sanu and Houston Texans superstar J.J. Watt all rocked unique kicks ahead of their games:

Give the NFL credit for eliminating its "No Fun League" reputation, at least as it pertains to players showing their personalities and fashion sense via their gear.

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