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Thanks to Chris Long and Lane Johnson, NFL will be donating Eagles underdog shirt sales to Philadelphia schools

Good guys.

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Lane Johnson decided to put the (under)dog mask craze to good use last week by selling t-shirts in order to raise money for Philadelphia schools.

As of last Friday, Jan. 19, the sales had reached over $150,000, according to Johnson (via Jimmy Kempski).

With the dog mask craze only picking up more steam with the Eagles’ advancement to the Super Bowl — Philly opened as underdogs to the Patriots — the NFL decided to make their own version of the shirt.

Eagles defensive end Chris Longwho donated his entire 2017 salary to fund scholarships — was quick to make sure the NFL wasn’t about to profit off the shirts, though.

Lane, too.

According to CBS3, the NFL (correctly) gave in to the players’ request.

It’s been said a lot this year but I’ll say it again: the Eagles aren’t merely a good team on the field, they’re also incredibly likeable off it as well.

Long’s charitable efforts from earlier this season have resulted in him being a top five finalist for the Byron “Whizzer” White Award, which is the highest honor that the NFLPA can bestow upon a player.

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