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According to a tweet by ESPN's reporter Darren Rovell, the NFL is changing it's policy on colors players are allowed to wear on gameday.

The tweet says NFL teams will be moving away from just supporting breast cancer and allow their teams and players to support other cancers.

Pink will still be there for breast cancer, navy blue for colon cancer, lavender for cancer in general, teal for cervical cancer, blue for prostate cancer, gold for kids with cancer and white for lung cancer.