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Chris Johnson is following in Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz‘s footsteps by giving a personal tribute to the Newtown, Conn., victims on his cleats.
The Titans’ running back has written all 26 names on his cleats for Tennessee’s Monday Night Football game against the Jets. Cruz wrote the name of Jack Pinto, a six-year-old victim, on his cleats and gloves after he found out he was the young boy’s favorite player.
Johnson tweeted, “R.I.P to all the victims” along with a picture of his cleats. He is averaging five yards per carry this season after a down year in 2011. He has 223 carries for 1,037 yards and four touchdowns.
Check out Johnson’s cleats in the photos below.
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Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson has listed the names of every victim of shooting in Newton, Comm. on his cleats for Monday Night’s game.
Prior to Monday Night Football, Johnson tweeted out a photo of his cleats with the message “R.I.P. to all the victims.”
You can see an image of the cleats below.
Last Friday we saw something that is beyond words in Newtown, Connecticut. Many families and friends are still going through many emotions as they are still trying to understand what happened last week. The NFL made sure they honored those children and teachers who were killed during the attack by having a moment of silence before each game. Some players and teams in the league took...
Victor Cruz dedicated his performance this week to Sandy Hook shooting victim, Jack Pinto, now he's reaching out to the family.
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New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz visited the family of one of the Newtown shooting victims. Cruz was the victim's favorite player.
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After honoring Jack Pinto with a message on his cleats and gloves for him, Giants WR Victor Cruz stepped it up a notch and went to Newton, Connecticut to visit Pinto’s family. Hearing that Jack Pinto was such a huge fan made Cruz want to reach out to the family and he brought them his shoes and gloves that he wore during the game on Sunday.Cruz has set a perfect example for other...
New York Giants WR Victor Cruz honored one of the victims from Friday’s massacre in Newtown, Connecticut at Sandy Hook Elementary by placing the boys name on his shoes and gloves during today’s game.
Jack Pinto, 7, was one of the 20 children who were shot and killed Friday, a day that no one will ever forget.
All NFL teams will observe a moment of remembrance before their...
New York Giants receiver Victor Cruz is the perfect idol and role model for people. He’s humble despite being extremely talented and famous. I wish more pro athlete’s would follow his lead and treat his fans the way that he does.Cruz heard that Jack Pinto, a 6-year-old who was lost in the tragic Connecticut shooting, was a huge fan of Cruz. To honor him, Cruz decided to...
In a time of tragedy, a little Sharpie can go a long way.
NFL teams have been looking for ways to stand with the people affected by the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Conn., since news of the tragedy broke. Three teams — the Patriots, Giants and Jets, whose fan bases are close to the Newtown community — have been especially active, with special helmet decals...