Reebok has added another couple of football players to its team.
Brandin Cooks, wide receiver for the New England Patriots, and Devonta Freeman, running back for the Atlanta Falcons, will work with the brand on its new Print Run Ultraknit collection.
They will join J.J. Watt, Aly Raisman and Gigi Hadid who are also Reebok ambassadors.
“We are honored to welcome Brandin and Devonta to the Reebok family, working with us to develop the best possible running and training product for the fitness community across the country,” said Scott Daley, general manager of running. “Both athletes are emblematic of power and explosive speed — what better starting points to build durable, high-performance running and training products? We’re excited about what can be achieved with these talented young men on our team.”
The Reebok Print Run Ultraknit shoe is intended for quick bursts of speed and sprints, specialities for both Freeman and Cooks.
“Training is so important. I love being on the field game day and if there’s anything that helps get my body right and be the best I can be I’ll do it, and teaming up with Reebok is the best way for me to do that,” said Cooks. Freeman said he is looking forward to working with the company to create “something really special together. The Be More Human philosophy and the physical, mental and social benefits that come from fitness are something I’ve carried with me throughout my career. I’m excited to have a partner like Reebok on my side.”