His wider fame had its start in the major role he played in George Plimpton's book "Paper Lion," chronicling the writer's experience as an amateur quarterback for the Lions.
When the book was adapted as a movie, Karras played himself opposite Alan Alda's Plimpton.
How does one even choose what to wear every week with a collection like that? : Cam Newton Has His Teammates' Names Written All Over His Cleats When we linked up with Latavius Murray earlier this summer to get a firsthand look at one of his grueling off-season workouts, we also got a glimpse at his super clean, customized Nike cleats.
With an all-white upper, a chrome bottom and black accents throughout, Murray's cleats are as clean as they come.
"Super dope." Another pair Kelce shared with us are the "White Ninjas," which feature an all-red upper with black lines and a black outsole with white speckles.
Kelce has more heat up his sleeve, including a few more pairs of i Ds called "Sunday Brunches" and "Space Bladers," which we're pretty excited to get a look at; but for now, the Pro Bowl tight end is keeping the lid on what those look like. When Joe Haden signed with Air Jordan ahead of the 2015 NFL season, you knew he would be rocking heat the likes of which we hadn't seen on his feet yet. After fighting through an injury-plagued 2015 season, Haden is fully healthy now, and so is his stock of cleats.
Cam Newton's pre-game cleats have become the stuff of legend.
Whether he's rocking multiple super hero-themed numbers or simply wearing the brightest colorways possible, it doesn't appear that Newton has any intention to slow down in 2016.
Newton's warmups are going to be appointment viewing for all of the 2016 season just so you can check out what crazy cleat he's decided to bust out next.
The 2016 NFL season is about a week away, which means we can finally focus on the most important aspect of the game: the cleats on the feet of its players.
Once lagging far behind the NBA in the fashionable footwear category due to the buttoned-up uniform rules enforced by the league office, NFL players have started to find ways to rock heat on the field, whether it's during warm-ups or during the game. As we get set for action-packed Sundays, here's what four of the biggest names in the game plan on rocking this season.
She was waived by the Mystics on June 10, 1998, and signed by the Detroit Shock on July 18 of that same year.
Hamblin played six games for the Shock that season and was waived on May 6, 1999.
He further customized them by inscribing the phrases "All Things Through Christ" and "We All We Got" below the heel on the inside of the left and right cleat, respectively.