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Dallas Cowboys Running Back Ezekiel Elliott Raises Money for Charity With Seriously Dope Food T-Shirt Line

Support the North Texas Food Bank while wearing one of these top-notch tees

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Famous for his “feed me” celebration on the football field, Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is now raising funds to help feed people in need during the coronavirus pandemic.

Over the weekend, Elliott announced via Twitter that he would donate 100% of proceeds of sales from his merchandise line to the North Texas Food Bank. Perhaps not surprisingly, many of the offerings are food-themed, including a bright yellow t-shirt that features Zeke’s face Photoshopped onto a can of “throwback” Chef Boyardee. Check out some of the best options, sold by Dallas streetwear shop Centre, below:

Zeke, as a burger
Just call him Zeke Boyardee
Ezekiel Elliott, delivery man

Prices for Elliott’s tees, sweatpants, hoodies, and more range from $24 for tees to $40 for hoodies, which seems like a pretty reasonable price to pay for this much drip and a charitable donation to the North Texas Food Bank. The Food Bank has been working overtime in the midst of the pandemic, distributing more than 60,000 family meal boxes per week right now alongside its usual hunger relief work.