Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Arizona Cardinals, Drew Stanton, helping mold the EvoShield Shirts pic.twitter.com/iScxyseNnt— Pride Football (@MPHS_Football) July 21, 2016The Taylor Haugen Foundation and YESS was created in 2008 after high school receiver Taylor Haugen died following a liver injury suffered during a football game. The group provides awareness on abdominal injuries and how they can be more avoidable. Top Stories Thank you Taylor Haugen Foundation, @drewstanton and @EvoShield for outfitting our football program! #ROLLPRIDE pic.twitter.com/C5ZEDMv2FO— Pride Football (@MPHS_Football) July 21, 2016With the help from Cardinals quarterback Drew Stanton, the football program at Phoenix’s Mountain Pointe High School now has more protection when its players take the field this season.Joining with the Taylor Haugen Foundation and YESS (Youth Equipment for Sports Safety), Stanton was able to give the football team protective abdominal gear. Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo The protective gear comes from EvoShield, a company that focuses on custom-molding athletic protective gear in multiple sports and is the same protection that Stanton wears when he suits up for NFL games.