Lots of NFL players are wearing cleats to promote different causes around the league Sunday during the #MyCauseMyCleats campaign.
For former Penn State tight end Jesse James, that cause dates back to his college days.
James, now in his second year with the Pittsburgh Steelers, is wearing cleats on Sunday against the Giants that promote Penn State’s “THON,” a 46-hour dance marathon that benefits pediatric cancer research and is held annually at Penn State in February.
— Jesse James (@JJames18_) December 4, 2016
Through 11 games this season, James 29 catches for 236 yards and three touchdowns. At Penn State, he accounted for 1,005 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns in three seasons.