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Jets WR Brandon Marshall will give the pink cleats he’ll be wearing on Sunday to Pittsburgh RB DeAngelo Williams to help raise funds for his foundation that battles breast cancer. Bills TE Charles Clay wants the football, but he’s not complaining. Yet. Dolphins rookie Laremy Tunsil liked playing left tackle; with Branden Albert back, Tunsil…
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams has added motivation heading into Sunday's opener at Tampa Bay. His mother. Sandra Hill died in May after a long battle with breast cancer. Williams hasn't done int...

NFL tells DeAngelo Williams he can’t wear pink all year

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For the NFL, putting pink on players’ uniforms is part of outreach to women during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams, it’s more personal than that. Williams lost his mother to breast cancer, ...

DeAngelo Williams can't wear pink, but can and will pay for 53 mammograms

American Football / NFL : Shutdown Corner

The NFL won't allow DeAngelo Williams to wear pink wristbands when the calendar turns on breast cancer awareness month due to the league's uniform policy, so the Pittsburgh Steelers running back found another way to honor his late m...

NFL fines DeAngelo Williams for raising breast cancer awareness during breast cancer awareness month

American Football / NFL : Shutdown Corner

We've covered DeAngelo Williams and Cameron Heyward's battle with the NFL over the Pittsburgh Steelers teammates' crusade against cancer in great detail in this space, and last we heard the parties seemed to have an understanding wi...

NFL Reportedly Denied DeAngelo Williams' Request to Wear Pink All Year for Mom

American Football / NFL : Bleacher Report - NFL

Wearing pink is only allowed in the NFL during October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Pittsburgh Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams apparently wanted to become an exception, but the NFL shut it down, per ESPN's Field Yates. Wi...

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