Jordan Brand might've gone all-in with the Air Jordan 12 colorways this year, but for the new NFL season they're opting for the Air Jordan 9 silhouette. 

In celebration of the first NFL Sunday of the season, Jordan Brand has officially unveiled all of their player exclusive Air Jordan 9s to be worn by their star-studded roster which includes Dez Bryant, Joe Haden, Alshon Jeffery and linebacker Thomas Davis who debuted a Carolina Panthers Air Jordan 9 in the season opener. 

Per Jordan Brand;

"This weekend, Jordan Brand builds on this celebrated heritage with player-exclusive Air Jordan IX cleats. Originally released in 1993, the Air Jordan IX was the first namesake sneaker issued following Michael Jordan’s initial retirement from professional basketball and worn by Jordan in his pursuit of a baseball career. Now, the shoe continues its cleated legacy as Jordan Brand athletes celebrate kick-off weekend in the bespoke cleats."

"Each cleat is designed in the athlete’s preferred mid- or low-cut style and features team-inspired color schemes, personalized tongue embroidery, a Dynamic Fit inner bootie and a single-pull lacing system."

Check out the full lineup in the gallery above, and look for these cleats this Sunday on all of Jordan Brand's athletes from Browns rookie WR, Corey Coleman to veterans like Seattle's Pro-Bowl safety, Earl Thomas.