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Tom Brady currently leading 'My Cause, My Cleats' auction by a lot

Ryan Hannable
December 12, 2018 - 9:25 am

This is the final week of the NFL's "My Cause, My Cleats" campaign where players can wear special cleats to show support for their favorite charities. After, the cleats are put up for auction by the league.

Now, with two weeks remaining in the bidding Tom Brady's cleats are going for $15,050 with the next closest player being Derrick Henry and the cleats he wore for his four-touchdown game last week going for $7,610.

Click here to see all the players' cleats and what they are going for as well as to bid.

According to Mike Reiss, among the charities represented on Brady's cleats are: The Jimmy Fund, The Greater Boston Food Bank, The Ellie Fund, Best Buddies, his own TB12 Foundation, the American Stroke Association, Tom Martinez Goal Line Fun, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, the Heart Foundation, the National Parkinson's Foundation, Foundation Rwanda, Mission of Hope for Haiti, the Foundation for Fighting Blindness, the Pat Tillman Foundation, the Navy Seal Foundation and the Robin Hood Foundation.

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