Pro Football Goes Pink
Throughout October 2009, NFL players, coaches and referees are wearing pink for the league's "A Crucial Catch" campaign. This promotion honors breast cancer survivors and urges mammogram screenings for women who are 40 and older.
The NFL goes pink for Breast Cancer Awareness month.
The NFL adorns each official game ball with the pink ribbon that honors Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
New England Patriot Laurence Maroney wears pink gloves for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Some players—such as New England Patriots' Laurence Maroney—wore pink gloves.
Randy Moss wears pink shoes for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
New England Patriots receiver Randy Moss wore pink shoes.
Johnnie Lee Higgins wears a pink bow in his hair for the NFL's breast cancer awareness promotion.
And Oakland Raider Johnnie Lee Higgins wore a pink bow in his hair.
Denver Broncos fans support the NFL's Breast Cancer Awareness Month promotion, A Crucial Catch.
Even the fans showed their support for the NFL's "A Crucial Catch" campaign to honor survivors and encourage mammograms.

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