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SociaLight: Sneak Peek at Ravens' Customized 'My Cause, My Cleats' 


This week is a special one around the NFL. It's time again for the league's "My Cause, My Cleats" initiative. Players are allowed to wear custom cleats to bring awareness to their favorite charitable organizations.

Hayden Hurst will be showcasing his own foundation to bring awareness to mental health initiatives and suicide prevention.

For more on why this cause is so important to him, check out his feature.

Anthony Levine's cause is extra special to him, as his sister is battling lupus. He shared he didn't know what the autoimmune disease was when she was diagnosed, which is why it's so important to him to bring awareness now.

Tyus Bowser is honoring his grandmother's cancer battle.

Bradley Bozeman is supporting his foundation, which works to prevent childhood bullying.

The most "swagtastic" cleats have to go to Robert Griffin III.

You know Penn State alum Trace McSorely would show love for his alma mater. The QB will auction off his cleats after Sunday's game and donate the proceeds to "THON." Short for "Dance Marathon," THON is a year-long effort which raises funds and awareness for the fight against childhood cancer, culminating in a 46 hour, no-sitting, no-sleeping dance marathon in February.

Nick Boyle and Ronnie Stanley will also be wearing cleats to support "Soft Side," a campaign that works to combat animal abuse.

This week's gameday swag will have extra special meaning. Be on the lookout for all the awesome cleats Sunday when the Ravens take on the Bills!

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