Turns out Donald Trump wasn't the only person that Bucs receiver Mike Evans reached out to on Twitter on Saturday.
The Bucs receiver fired back at the president after a tweet suggesting that NFL players who protest during the national anthem should be suspended. But then he saw a story about a Florida family needing help after a father was shot and killed by two sheriff's deputies in 2014. A jury ruled in favor of the police, but awarded the family $4.
"Is there a GoFundMe or a donation page for the family?" Evans asked on Twitter.
When multiple fans reached out with a link to the fundraising effort for family of Gregory Hill, Evans stepped up and made a donation of $11,000, pushing the overall online donations to the family to close to $100,000.
Evans signed a five-year extension this spring worth $82 million, saying that very day: "I plan on helping a lot of people." In April, he donated $10,000 to a childhood friend who was injured in an accidental shooting.