Davante Adams wasn’t much of a factor for the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. He did get a little creative with his cleats though.
Adams joined a number of teammates, including Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews, who wore specially designed shoes to support a charity on Sunday. Adams’ red shoes were designed to support AIDS awareness.
However, he went the extra step and honored former NWA member Eazy-E on his shoes, as well. Eazy died of AIDS in 1995.
Coolest charitable cleats we’ve seen to date.