The NFL is trying to shed its “No Fun League” reputation this summer.
After softening its stance on player celebrations, the league’s now reportedly given players the go-ahead to personalize their cleats.
Players will be shown more leniency regarding their footwear in practice and will be permitted to wear more colorful cleats during games as well, the league informed coaches and equipment managers Monday in a memo obtained by ESPN’s Darren Rovell.
Pregame cleats need only to avoid trademarked logos and offensive or political marks, according to the memo.
Last season, during Week 13, the league allowed players to express their support for various charitable causes during “My Cause, My Cleats” week.
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