New York Giants safety Jabrill Peppers opened up a tab for the entire Adidas store in New York City this past Monday.
Peppers went to the Adidas store in New York City and opened up a tab for everyone. The store full of men and women of all ages went nuts when he made the announcement.
Peppers proceeded to dance on top of the counter in the store, celebrating with the chaotic and excited bunch.
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) April 29, 2019
The safety then gave out free shoes to customers, a fantastic gesture to give back to his community. Bleacher Report created the professionally-made video that went along with it.
Peppers was involved in the trade that sent Odell Beckham Jr. to the Cleveland Browns. The former University of Michigan standout played in Cleveland for two years to begin his NFL career. Now, Peppers will be returning home to Jersey, as he played high school ball for Paramus Catholic back in the day.
Peppers is slated to be the Giants starting strong safety, playing alongside free safety Antoine Bethea. Bethea was signed to a two-year deal in March. Peppers most likely will be returning kicks and punts. It’s another aspect of the game he excelled at in college and for the Browns as well.
Although he’s one of the newest Giants, Peppers is on pace to be a fan favorite in New York. This is a great start when it comes to that, as this is a fantastic move by the young defensive back.
Giants fans are itching to see what he can bring to the table for this Big Blue defense once the regular season begins. Hopefully, he has a great year for the New York Giants and becomes one of their long-term defensive backs.