Which NFL players will be taking care of the house?
New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma was spotted cleaning up his house Monday.
He has been living in the home with his mother since last year.
According to ESPN, Vilma and his mother, Karen, are getting a lot of attention for cleaning up the house and for being active members of the local community.
The Saints are not the only team that Vilma has cleaned up.
The Ravens and Jaguars also have players cleaning up their homes.
Vilma’s sister, Samantha, told the Baltimore Sun that he lives in a one-bedroom apartment and spends the night at a friend’s house.
Vilma has been a fixture on the Saints’ roster since he arrived in New Orleans in 2010.
He started his career with the Saints, and made his first career start in 2013.
He was a fifth-round pick by the team in the 2015 draft.
The former Ohio State star played six seasons in New York before moving to Baltimore.
He had seven sacks in his first two seasons, but he has had a tough time keeping his body in line in recent years.
Karen Vilma told the Associated Press that she has been cleaning up her son’s home since the last time she saw him, in the winter of 2015.