NFL to auction Chiefs-Buccaneers game-worn jerseys to benefit Hurricane Ian relief efforts

The NFL is doing its part in supporting Floridians in Hurricane Ian relief efforts. Not only will the league match the $1 million contributed by the Buccaneers ownership, but they’re doing something cool surrounding the Week 4 game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The game will be played as scheduled in Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. With it being the only game played in Florida this weekend, the NFL is planning to auction off jerseys worn by Chiefs and Buccaneers players in the game in order to benefit the American Red Cross relief efforts across the state.

Here’s a look at what the league said in their press release:

“Following Sunday night’s Kansas City Chiefs – Tampa Bay Buccaneers game, the NFL will also be auctioning off a limited number of game-worn jerseys and other unique items which fans can bid on at NFL.com/auction to support the American Red Cross’ Hurricane Ian relief efforts. NFL Auction also has several items already listed to bid on to raise funds for hurricane disaster relief.”

If you’re in a position to contribute, you can wait until after the game and bid on a jersey. You can also visit www.redcross.org/nfl or text IAN to 90999 to make a $10 donation and help relief efforts now.

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Story originally appeared on Chiefs Wire