Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. honors US troops with stars and stripes cleats
By JOHN DORN
New York Giants fans are surely thankful for Odell Beckham Jr.'s performances on the football field. But Sunday, for New York's game against the undefeated New England Patriots, Beckham showed our armed forces that he's the thankful one.
Ahead of New York's biggest matchup of the season, the team tweeted out a photo of Beckham's customized cleats for the afternoon game.
The inspiring choice in footwear falls in line with the NFL's Salute to Service campaign, which supports the nation's armed forces. Players on all teams this month can be seen with camouflage sideline gear, towels and other apparel. But Beckham took it a step further.
There's the possibility that Beckham will end up receiving a fine for his cleats, as Roger Goodell has made it well known that the league does not approve of players breaking typical uniform code.
Regardless, it's clearly a classy move on Beckham's part.
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