Covering the likes of Julio Jones and DeAndre Hopkins certainly isn’t the easy part. But for Browns cornerback TJ Carrie, it’s the fun part.

What Carrie considers the most important part comes this weekend, when Carrie again participates in the NFL’s “My Cause, My Cleats” program. He is one of 30 Browns players wearing custom cleats for a December game to raise money and awareness for various charitable initiatives. Carrie’s cause carries his name.

The TJ Carrie Foundation, founded in 2016 when Carrie was with the Raiders, benefits kids battling various types of heart disease and those facing or who have faced heart surgery. The foundation is in the process of establishing partners in Northeast Ohio and remains tied to Camp Taylor in Carrie’s home state of California, a free and medically supervised camp for kids battling heart disease.

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