New York Jets GM Joe Douglas helps local restaurant during coronavirus pandemic

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New York Jets general manager Joe Douglas is doing his part pitching in to help local businesses during the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

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A bartender at the River Grille in Chatham, N.J., said that the Jets GM has visited the restaurant the last two Sundays, and he used his credit card to pay for a $101 order that was a curbside pickup -- and added a $100 tip.

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The bartender’s girlfriend posted a photo on Reddit of the check with the tip, with the last four numbers of Douglas’ credit card crossed out.

“He has [added a $100 tip] the past two times,” the bartender told the New York Post. “I don’t want to scare him off from coming back or anything.”

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The bartender said that conversations between the two of them have been at a minimum because they were properly following the social distancing guidelines amid the virus.

“He’s a great guy, very caring, and he takes care of these local businesses,” the bartender told the newspaper. “He was very supportive to me and my pocket as well.”