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Preview the Jordan Brand PEs for Football's Opening Week

September 05, 2019 - Twenty-one athletes will wear the Jumpman on opening day of the 2019 NFL season, the second year of the on-field appearance by the Jordan Brand. Wearing the above cleats from left to right, Tyrann Mathieu of the Kansas City Chiefs, Earl Thomas of the Baltimore Ravens, Alshon Jeffery of the Philadelphia Eagles, Michael Thomas of the New Orleans Saints and Le'Veon Bell and Jamal Adams [not pictured] of the New York Jets; these are just some of the athletes who will wear team-specific colorways of the Jordan 1 TD Mid and Low.

Jordan Brand's football family includes:

•    Alshon Jeffery (wide receiver, Philadelphia Eagles)
•    Bobby Wagner (linebacker, Seattle Seahawks)
•    Cameron Jordan (defensive end, New Orleans Saints)
•    DeShone Kizer (quarterback, Oakland Raiders)
•    Dont’a Hightower (outside linebacker, New England Patriots)
•    Dwayne Haskins (quarterback, Washington Redskins)
•    Earl Thomas (free safety, Baltimore Ravens)
•    Jamal Adams (strong safety, New York Jets)
•    Jimmy Garoppolo (quarterback, San Francisco 49ers)
•    Joe Haden (cornerback, Pittsburgh Steelers)
•    Jordan Howard (running back, Philadelphia Eagles)
•    Jordan Reed (tight end, Washington Redskins)
•    Le'Veon Bell (running Back, New York Jets)
•    Malik Hooker (safety, Indianapolis Colts)
•    Melvin Ingram (defensive end, Los Angeles Chargers)
•    Michael Crabtree (wide receiver, Arizona Cardinals)
•    Michael Thomas (wide receiver, New Orleans Saints)
•    Sterling Shepard (wide receiver, New York Giants)
•    Thomas Davis (linebacker, Los Angeles Chargers)
•    Tyrann Mathieu (safety, Kansas City Chiefs)

February 02, 2016 - Duke University will play upcoming games in these special KOBE 11 Elite PEs.

February 01, 2016 - These special KOBE 11 Elite PEs for University of Oregon extend the Ducks' footwear options leading into March Madness.