The Campbell Soup company has recruited Drew Brees, Odell Beckham Jr., Eddie Lacy, Eric Ebron and Kyle Long to come and be the new face for the brand and take part in one of their latest advertisements. It’s completely fitting, as Campbell Soup is the official sponsor of the NFL and is looking to get fans and grocery shoppers pumped up for the next football season that is starting next month. This is a fun and light-hearted way to engage with the public, and shows the more “human” side to these superstars, who will be delighting television screens all around the country in the very near future.
These six NFL stars will be representing the Campbell Soup brand this fall, so be sure to keep an eye out for them as they prepare for the fall 2016 NFL season.
Drew Brees is the current New Orleans Saints quarterback and also a Super Bowl XLIV Champion that has been on the Pro Bowl roster nine times, and has become of the faces of the NFL. Odell Beckham Jr. is a two-time Pro Bowl player out of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and is known for his catching skills displayed for the New York Giants. Eddie Lacy is currently a running back for the Green Bay Packers, and is also from Louisiana, as well as a winner of the AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year title. Todd Gurley is a native of Baltimore and the current running back for the Los Angeles Rams, as well as a 2015 Pro Bowl player. Eric Ebron is a tight end for the Detroit Lions since 2014 and was a first round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. And last but not least, Kyle Long, a Ivy, Virginia native played for the University of Oregon and was selected in the 2013 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears where he still places to date.
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Watch the New Campbell Soup Commercial Featuring Drew Brees, Odell Beckham Jr., Eddie Lacy, Eric Ebron and Kyle Long: