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20 Sep 2017 12:52 AM EST

Philadelphia Eagles Defensive end Chris Long will donate the salary from his first six games of the current NFL season to his home town of Charlottesville, Virginia. The donation will reportedly help fund scholarships for two local students to attend Long's alma mater, St. Anne's-Belfield School, for a seven-year, all-expenses-paid education. In a statement, Long says that the goal of the scholarships, which will be awarded to two members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Virginia, is to promote education equity.

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