The Eagles right tackle printed his own 'Home Dogs Gonna Eat' shirts with proceeds going to The Fund for the School District of Philadelphia.
After the Eagles won on Sunday, the NFL released its own underdog tees.
The league came under pressure to donate the sales.
"Hey @NFL you should donate the proceeds to charity like we did," Chris Long tweeted.
"So how much $ is going to @fundPHLschools?" Johnson tweeted.
On Wednesday, the NFL announced all of the proceeds of their shirts will go to Philadelphia schools.
In response, Long tweeted, "The @NFL is generously donating 100% of the proceeds from this underdog shirt to @fundPHLschools! @Eagles fans check them out!!"
The official Twitter account of Ellen DeGeneres tweeted Long, saying, "The kids of Philly thank you and so do I."
The kids of Philly thank you and so do I.— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) January 24, 2018
Meanwhile, Johnson's shirts have raised over $100,000 for the Fund for the School District of Philadelphia.
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