New Orleans Saints' Pro-Bowl running back Alvin Kamara spent some time doing a little blue collar work in the community on Tuesday, which is typically a day of rest for the players.

Ahead of the Saints' NFC Championship showdown against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, Kamara got his hands dirty with a local sanitation crew. As seen in the photo embedded below, Kamara seemed quite content riding on the back of the garbage truck Tuesday morning.

According to Baton Rouge's WBRZ, the clean up gig was later revealed to be part of a commercial shoot with IV Waste, though it appears it won't be the last time Kamara gets involved with some blue collar work in New Orleans. 

The 23-year old star reportedly plans to try his hand at several blue collar jobs around the area each week. He hinted as much when responding to a fan on twitter who requested a video series of "dirty jobs" involving Kamara.

Kamara and the Saints closed out the regular season with an NFL-best record of 13-3 before defeating the defending champion Philadelphia Eagles 20-14 in the Divisional Round of the playoffs. They'll host the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, with kickoff scheduled for 3:05pm ET on Fox.