Drawing for Antonio Brown-worn Pat Tillman cleats will benefit charity
The Pat Tillman Foundation is holding a drawing for a pair of Tillman-inspired cleats worn by Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown, and the donations by those entering will go to the organization’s scholarships given to military veterans and their spouses.
Brown wore the custom-designed cleats prior to the Steelers’ Nov. 13, 2016, game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Designed by artist Corey Pane, the Nikes feature an American flag on each cleat. One of the cleats includes a portrait of Tillman in his Army Rangers uniform. The other is a snapshot of one of the most famous pictures of the former Arizona State Sun Devil; with his helmet off, in his Arizona Cardinals uniform.
The drawing is open until April 28, and any amount of donation will be excepted.
Each $10 contributed will count as one entry.
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