Bruce Arians loves his trademark “Gatsby” cap, but he doesn’t wear them on the sidelines coaching for the Arizona Cardinals because they’re not league-approved.
Until Thursday night, that is.
The NFL is reportedly allowing Arians to don his favored cap while he simultaneously raises money for charity, per Kent Somers of azcentralsports.com.
Heard NFL won’t fine Arians for wearing his trademark cap tonight. Doing to raise $ and awareness for charity.
— Kent Somers (@kentsomers) December 11, 2015
Earlier on Thursday Arians presented a $150,000 check, from the Arians Family Foundation, to the Voices for CASA Children charity at University of Phoenix Stadium.
— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) December 10, 2015
Just one more reason to love Arians, who has become one of the most respectable coaches in the NFL. His Cardinals are hosting the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday Night Football, and it should be quite a competitive contest.