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Jordan Brand’s Cleats For NFL Players Will Now Feature Jumpman Logos On Field

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Jordan Brand may not be new to the NFL gridiron, but the iconic Jumpman logo will step foot on field for the first time beginning this season. For the first time, the silhouette of Michael Jordan will officially be permitted to be featured on on-field footwear, and there’s no better way to present the insignia than on the Air Jordan 11, one of the most recognizable sneakers in history. The cleated version, fit for football use, will be worn by Jordan Brand athletes across the NFL, which includes names like Michael Crabtree, Joe Haden, Jalen Ramsey, and much more. Additionally, seven new members that include 49ers QB Jimmy Garappolo, Sterling Shepard, and Le’Veon Bell will also wear the brand for the first time.

See below for a look at some of the Air Jordan 11 Player Exclusives as well a complete list of Jordan athletes in the NFL.

Alshon Jeffery (Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver)
Bobby Wagner (Seattle Seahawks linebacker)
Corey Coleman (Buffalo Bills wide receiver)
DeShone Kizer (Green Bay Packers quarterback)
Earl Thomas (Seattle Seahawks safety)
Golden Tate (Detroit Lions wide receiver)
Jalen Ramsey (Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback)
Jamal Adams (New York Jets safety)
Jimmy Garoppolo (San Francisco 49ers quarterback)
Joe Haden (Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback)
Jordan Howard (Chicago Bears running back)
Jordan Reed (Washington Redskins tight end)
Le’Veon Bell (Pittsburgh Steelers running back)
Malik Hooker (Indianapolis Colts safety)
Melvin Ingram (San Diego Chargers linebacker)
Michael Crabtree (Baltimore Ravens wide receiver)
Michael Thomas (New Orleans Saints wide receiver)
Sterling Shepard (New York Giants wide receiver)
Thomas Davis (Carolina Panthers linebacker)
Tyrann Mathieu (Houston Texans safety)