The 6-year-old Giants fan who emptied his piggy bank to get Brandon Jacobs to stay with the team spent the afternoon with the running back and his family.

Jacobs followed through on his promise to meet Joseph Armento on Wednesday and brought along his own 5-year-old son Brayden to meet up with Armento, his 4 year old brother Nick and dad Mike at the Jump on In bounce house in Boonton reports the New York Post.

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“It was just us in the whole place and we were just going room to room — just bouncing and flipping all over the place, hitting each other with balls, sweating, our shirts filthy,’’ Jacobs told the Sacramento Bee. “We were just dirty, stinky boys, you know?”

 

 

Jacobs signed as a free agent with the San Francisco 49ers and was back in the area to pack up his New Jersey home.

During his visit he tweeted a picture of the fun &  the message, “The Amento family is great” and felt like he was had made a new friend. He also gave Joseph a signed Giants piggy band and a $5 bill. “He had some interest in there just for being a good kid.”