Will Levis Cashes In On His Mayo Obsession By Inking Lifetime Endorsement Deal

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Mayonnaise is one of the most divisive items the culinary world has to offer, but Tennessee Titans QB Will Levis is a Certified Mayo Lover who’s managed to leverage his lifelong appreciation of the condiment into an endorsement deal.

Levis made quite a name for himself on the field at the University of Kentucky, but it was also pretty hard to ignore some of the habits he had off of the gridiron that attracted a fair amount of attention in the years leading up to the 2023 NFL Draft (where he was selected by the Titans with the 33rd overall pick).

It was hard not to be slightly horrified by a video of Levis chomping down on a banana without even bothering to remove the peel, but an approach that many people would view as borderline Serial Killer Behaviors seemed downright normal compared to the QB’s tendency to throw mayo into his coffee.

The reactions to that revelation ultimately led to Levis clarifying he doesn’t mix coffee and mayo on a regular basis, although that didn’t really do much to assuage the many people who’d argue that even thinking about doing it a single time is a major red flag.

Now, I’m not going to suggest that habit is the reason Levis slipped to the second round despite many mock drafts that predicted him getting scooped up somewhere in the first.

With that said, if that was indeed the case, the QB can take a little bit of solace in knowing his love of mayo has helped him recoup some of the money the condiment may have cost him, as Levis recently announced he’s signed a lifetime contract with Hellman’s for an unspecified sum.

Only time will tell what the future holds for Levis as he continues to battle with Malik Willis for the right to serve as the backup to (and presumably eventually succeed) Ryan Tannehill, but at least he’ll never have to worry about running out of his precious mayo.

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Connor Toole is the Deputy Editor at BroBible. He is a New England native who went to Boston College and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Frequently described as "freakishly tall," he once used his 6'10" frame to sneak in the NBA Draft and convince people he was a member of the Utah Jazz.