26 members of the Buffalo Bills debuted their custom cleats during Sunday's game against the New York Jets.  The Bills are among hundreds of players across the NFL who are showcasing charitable causes through the footwear they use during games.

Most players worked directly with Nike, Under Armour and Adidas on the design of their cleats.  Some worked with independent designers.

Those cleats will then be auctioned off with 100 percent of the money raised to be donated to the players' charities.

Here are the Bills who are participating:

  • Sean McDermott - Food Allergy Awareness
  • Lorenzo Alexander - The ACES Foundation
  • Josh Allen - Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Central California Chapter
  • Ike Boettiger - University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital
  • Charles Clay - Big Brothers, Big Sisters
  • Dion Dawkins - John R. Oishei Chilren's Hospital
  • Patrick DiMarco - The American Cancer Society - Buffalo/Western New York
  • Tremaine Edmunds - Foster Care Awareness
  • Reid Ferguson - JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation)
  • Ryan Groy - No Person Left Behind (Military Appreciation)
  • Stephen Hauschka - Wings of Hope
  • Jerry Hughes - Veterans One Stop Center of WNY, Military Appreciation
  • Micah Hyde - IMagINe for Youth Foundation
  • Zay Jones - Alzheimers Association (WNY Chapter)
  • Deon Lacey - Black Belt Community Foundation
  • Shaq Lawson - Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
  • Ryan Lewis - Orange Arrow
  • LeSean McCoy - Shades of Greatness Foundation
  • Jordan Mills - Jordan Mills Foundation
  • Trent Murphy - Venison Donation Coalition
  • Harrison Phillips - The Playmakers
  • Jordan Poyer - Camp Good Days
  • Jeremiah Sirles - Tyson's Treasure Chest
  • Kyle Williams - The Barham Foundation
  • Eddie Yarbrough - Unified Sports/Special Olympics - Colorado
  • Terry Pegula - A Lending Paw