Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown plans to honor the late Arnold Palmer by wearing cleats with Palmer’s inscription on them in Sunday night’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Brown spent time with the King in August at Palmer’s Pennsylvania home course of Latrobe Country Club.
"A guy like Arnold, his legacy and what he meant not only to the world, but to Latrobe, to Pennsylvania, his legacy will live on," Brown said, according to ESPN. "An inspiring guy. I'm glad I got a moment to share with him."
TMZ tweeted a photo of the Arnie shoes:
Antonio Brown -- Gets 'Arnold Palmer Tribute' Cleats ... Hail to 'The King' (PHOTO) https://t.co/pMsZzwu3Mr— TMZ Sports (@TMZ_Sports) September 30, 2016
Brown previously wore baby blue cleats with the faces of his four children inscribed.