Oakland Raiders running back Josh Jacobs just scored a touchdown off the field.
Jacobs, who was homeless for parts of his childhood, shocked his father by purchasing a house for him in Tulsa, Okla., as seen in an endearing video shared on social media.
“Blessed just bought my pops a house,” tweeted Jacobs, who recently completed his rookie season in the NFL.
A video posted to Jacobs’ Instagram page, meanwhile, shows his father, Marty, choking back tears and smiling ear to ear.
Last April, Jacobs’ story was the subject of an ESPN video feature that referenced Marty raising his four kids on his own, often without a permanent residence, causing them to sleep in the car.
Jacobs, 21, was a first round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft after a standout collegiate career at Alabama.
In his rookie season with Oakland, Jacobs rushed for 1,150 yards and seven touchdowns in 13 games.