Brandon Jacobs Makes Young Fan's Day With Bounce House Trip

Earlier this month, we heard the story of Joseph Armento, a 6-year-old New York Giants fan who sent former Giants running back Brandon Jacobs his life savings of $3.36 hoping to entice Jacobs to stay with the Giants. Jacobs isn't returning to New York, but Armento's gesture did earn quite the reward on Wednesday.

Jacobs repaid Armento with a $5 bill and gave him a signed Giants helmet. That alone would be a great deal for Armento, but Jacobs didn't stop there.

He also took Armento and his younger brother to a New Jersey area bounce-house for two hours on Wednesday. Forget the cash, forget the memorabilia. Two hours in a bounce-house with your favorite NFL player has to be worth millions to a 6-year-old. If Armento keeps getting that kind of return on all of his investments, he might own the Giants one day.

For more on Jacobs and the 49ers, visit Niners Nation. For more on the Giants, check out Big Blue View.

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