September 12, 2011 BY John Kim / 0
Some minor controversy arose when the NFL stated it would penalize players for not following team uniform regulations if the players decided to wear commemorative 9/11 gear provided by Reebok. Even in the Major League Baseball, the New York Mets players were not allowed to wear NYPD and FDNY caps on-field. But keep in mind that these league regulations exist not to suppress an individual’s desire to pay tribute to the fallen heroes of 9/11. Mike Williams of the Seattle Seahawks also grabbed our attention with his on-field gear; the Wide Receiver took the gridiron wearing a pair of Air Jordan XIV PE Cleats in a Black/Neon Green colorway. With Nike being the official outfitter of the NFL starting in 2012, will we see more Nike and Air Jordan PE Cleats? Check out a full shot of Williams and his Cleats after the jump and let us know what you think. via Yahoo!.
Those are not PE's Seahawks paint they're black and white cleats. Also, you can tell that the gloves are reeboks which indicates that he isn't sponsored by Nike nor Jordan. So the chances that those are PE's are extremely unlikely. Those XIV cleats were from back in the day, I believe they release the same time when the first batch of XIV retros released in 2006.
just let everyone know.. who missed the game... 49ers SCRAPED THE SEAHAWKS FUCKING ASS!!!!!! YEEEEEE!!!!!
Nice cleats but the Seahawks really suck this yr. "Suck for Luck" is the saying around here in Seattle. This season is in the toilet to pick up Andrew Luck in the draft. Why else would we pay and start Jackson at QB? Pete Carrol ur sneaky!
i was flippin thru dis game on direct ticket & peeped mike sportin those... i also seen a lineman fa da carolina panthers have on da blk cement 3 cleats & bills fullback had on da white & blu 9 cleats...
Trust Me tho, Pete knows what he's doing. I live in LA and we live for usc football, Pete caroll doesn't everything with a perpose, he left usc b4 the scandal broke out about what usc is really abot...u guys have some good pick ups andwill b tough for years to come...