• Josh Norman's military-style cleats, gloves auctioned off for good cause

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    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Carolina Panthers cornerback Josh Norman’s Salute to Service game-worn military-style gloves and cleats are being auctioned off for a good cause.

    Norman wore the cleats and gloves in the team’s Nov. 8 win over the Green Bay Packers.

    Both items are signed by Norman and come with photos of him on the field wearing them and showing them off in the locker room.

    All the proceeds will go a Warrior Reset program for military families from across the Carolinas. 

    Norman’s involvement is part of the USO of North Carolina and Carolina Panthers' ongoing military recognition partnership.

    Bid on the gloves here.

    Bid on the cleats here.

    The auction runs through Dec. 9 at 10:30 a.m.

    Norman was fined $5,000 by the NFL for wearing the cleats.

    Norman said league said the fine was more about having the words "proud, brave" written on the side of the cleats than the red, white and blue colors that didn't match the Panthers' color scheme as required

    Read more about the fine here.


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