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Jerod Mayo, Pepsi delivery man
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Pepsi's commemorative Super Bowl cans have arrived and on Tuesday, one Massachusetts supermarket got an extra special delivery of them.
Linebacker Jerod Mayo hopped in a Pepsi truck and helped bring the new cans to Shaw's Supermarket in Mansfield, Mass. Putting his football muscles to good use, Jerod unpacked the van and brought a stack of cans into the store. He then happily spent time signing commemorative cans and other memorabilia for a few lucky Patriots fans who were on hand for the event.
One day earlier, Jerod's four-year-old daughter Chya (with help from her parents) gave away some of the limited-edition cans on social media, where she has quickly gained a following after her unforgettable report from Super Bowl Media Day.
Watch Jerod Mayo greet fans at Shaws >>