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The winning ticket for the record $2.04 billion Powerball jackpot was sold at a California convenience store owned by the father-in-law of a former NFL player.
Joe Chahayed is the father-in-law of former Bengals and Broncos defensive tackle Domata Peko, who also played for the Baltimore Ravens and finished his career with the Arizona Cardinals.
Chahayed was all smiles as he held a Powerball bonus check for $1 million outside his Joe's Service Center in California Tuesday.
"I’m 75, still young. I will be here tomorrow at 6 o’clock. I love work," said Chahayed, who wore a California Lottery hat and matching T-shirt that said "Millionaire Made Here."
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