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Chris Long throws some major shade at Donald Trump

Touchdown Wire logo Touchdown Wire 2/13/2018 Colin Liotta
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Chris Long is becoming one of the best Twitter follows around (and one of the best overall people).

The defensive end for the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles has been enjoying the limelight after the team's big win over the Patriots. Despite the big win, though, Long, for the second year in a row, will decline a visit to the White House when his team visits Donald Trump.

Long declined last year, too, when he won a title with the Patriots, and this year he's responded to trolls who have criticized him and some of his teammates for their decision. But, as we've come to learn (and love) about Long, he doesn't give a crap what you or anyone else thinks about his choice.

And, if you need further proof, take a look at his latest tweet today, which definitely seems to be throwing some major shade at Trump.

Take a look.

It's not the size of the crowd that matters, it's how you use it.

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