Eagles Reveal Their "My Cause, My Cleats" For Monday Night's Game

Every Week 14 since 2016, NFL players get a chance to express themselves and help bring awareness for something close to their heart with the My Cause, My Cleats campaign. This campaign allows players to wear cleats that would normally violate the league's dress code on gamedays, while also allowing them to promote a charity or foundation that they want to help bring awareness too.

More than 30 Eagles players will be wearing special cleats on Monday night. After the game is over, their cleats will then be put up for auction, with the proceeds going to the charity represented on the cleats. Here is a look at all of the cleats these Eagles players will be wearing against the Giants:

•Jake Elliott will represent STAR, which helps abandoned pets in the Philadelphia area.

Cam Johnston will represent Friends of the Shelter, which helps fund medical care for sick and injured dogs.

Eagles Staff will wear shoes representing the Eagles Autism Foundation

Matt Pryor, Jason Peters, Fletcher Cox, Andre Dillard, Nate Herbig, Jason Kelce, Rick Lovato, and Jordan Mailata will all also represent the Eagles Autism Foundation on the field.

Carson Wentz will represent his Audience of One Foundation (other players representing the AO1 Foundation include Kamu Grugier-Hill and Josh McCown).

Brandon Graham will represent Detroit's Police Athletic League

Zach Ertz will represent his Ertz Family Foundation

Jordan Howard will represent the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation

Lane Johnson will represent the Feherty’s Troops First Foundation

Nate Sudfeld will represent Assist International, which helps global health & orphaned children

Rodney McLeod will represent the Student Health Impact Project

J.J. Arcega-Whiteside will represent the Susan G. Komen Foundation

Craig James will represent the American Cancer Society