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J.J. Watt had some strong words for The Ringer’s Mike Lombardi.

According to The Nation’s Dave Zirin, Lombardi said former UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen will have to choose between being a football player or a humanitarian. Zirin noted Lombardi said, Rosen “might like humanitarian work more than football. … I don’t know where his values lie.”

That didn’t sit well with Watt, who recently raised more than $37 million to help the people in Houston after Hurricane Harvey struck the city last year.

“This is just as dumb as the “shut up and dribble” comment. Right or wrong, athletes are some of the most recognizable people in this country. That is an extremely powerful platform that so many use to do great things in their community. Who wouldn’t want that?” Watt posted on Twitter.

Interestingly, the NFL has the Walter Payton award specifically for humanitarian efforts, essentially encouraging players to give back to the community.

The controversy surrounding players sticking to just sports has escalated recently and hit a fever pitch when Fox News host Laura Ingraham said LeBron James should not talk politics and instead “shut up and dribble.”

James responded to the comments saying he wouldn’t be quiet and will continue to bring awareness to social injustice.

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Watch J.J. Watt, Deshaun Watson on practice field

J.J. Watt and Deshaun Watson have been busy rehabbing this offseason, posting updates of their progress in the training room. The two Texans stars even seem to be on similar timetables, recently posting videos of running for the first time on anti-gravity treadmills.

On Thursday, Watt posted the milestone on their road to recovery, a video of the duo running on the Houston Methodist practice field.

This is great news for Texans fans as OTAs (organized team activities) are just around the corner. Last season, Watt underwent leg surgery after suffering a tibial fracture plateau on Oct. 8 against the Kansas City Chiefs. Watson, who started six games as a rookie quarterback, is working his way back from his November ACL surgery.

Player report for Phase One of Offseason Workouts in April.

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J.J. Watt Announces Charity Softball Game Postponed For 2018, Back In 2019

In the movie Jerry Maguire, there’s a funny scene in which an NFL player is on Roy Firestone’s interview show on ESPN, a 1996 television staple, and the player is crying, literally crying, that people “don’t realize the pressure that playing for $37 million comes with.” It’s a hilarious scene, watching a player wallow in a complete lack of self awareness while making as poignant a statement as possible. I mean…. you’re right… NO, almost none of us know what that’s like, player. Tell us!

I may have the amount wrong that the player indicated in that scene, but I use $37 million because I feel like that is a touch-point number here in Houston. Not only is it the amount of guaranteed money for which Brock Osweiler signed in 2016, but it’s also roughly the amount of money J.J. Watt raised for Hurricane Harvey victims last year.

You could argue Brock had a similar experience to that blubbering football player on Roy Firestone’s show. Unfortunately, J.J. Watt got a little taste this past week of the reality that RAISING $37 million comes with unwanted scrutiny and questions, as well. In case you missed it, here’s how it went…

It started with a Twitter announcement from Texans PR that Watt had won an award in Monaco for his fundraising efforts, the next in a long line of well deserved honors and accolades for the Texans defensive end:

This tweet is s shame for two reasons. First and foremost, Watt has gone out of his way to be as up front and informative as possible on where all of the money is and will be going. He himself has been in on meetings to determine where to funnel the millions of dollars raised, and has proactively put out videos and done interviews to explain as much.

I mean, no disrespect @kimsbow, but use Google. Yeesh.

The other reason why @kimsbow’s tweet was unfortunate was the nearly immediate Twitter mob there to begin pummeling her with a Twitter lynching. Examples….

So, the lesson here is, if you’re going to ask questions on Twitter, especially questions skeptical of J.J. Watt’s integrity, be prepared for a Twitter firestorm.

One other Watt-related charity announcement came over the weekend directly from Watt in response to a question about his charity softball game, which has emanated from Minute Maid Park for two years running (Constellation Field for its first few seasons before that). It appears as though there will be no J.J. Watt Charity Classic in 2018:

ON a completely selfish note, this bums me out, for two reasons — one, I think Watt’s softball game is possibly the most fun, inclusive, well planned charity event in the city. Second, this game is where I’m usually able to get at least three or four hot takes on the Texans — past hot takes include “Brock Osweiler wearing a cowboy hat, trying way too hard to fit in, he will fail” and “Man, Duane Brown is moving well for a guy who blew a quad five months ago!” —- and now that’s out the window.

So hopefully, it’s back and bigger than ever in 2019. In the meantime, let’s leave you with some life advice from one Justin James Watt…

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A season ago, the Houston Texans had the best defense in the NFL.

And that was without three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year J.J. Watt.

In Watt’s absence, Jadeveon Clowney, the No. 1 pick who had spent his first two NFL seasons dealing with injuries and was now finally healthy, played as the disruptive force the Texans saw when they drafted him in 2014.

Now with both players finishing the offseason activities healthy, the Texans hope to get both back at that level and able to intimidate opposing offenses together in 2017.

“The greatest thing about those two is that they are the ultimate competitors,” defensive line coach Anthony Weaver said. “So I think whenever you have those two and Whitney Mercilus, they’re all going to push each other to reach new heights. I know on the practice field, they’re like, ‘I’m going to get there first. I’m getting to the quarterback first. I’m going to make more plays today.’ And when you have that competition as a group, you just become better.”

Last season without Watt on the field, head coach Bill O’Brien said that opposing teams were able to double-team Clowney and that, although it helped to have other guys — Mercilus and Benardrick McKinney — playing well, the Texans did focus on working on a game plan to free Clowney so he could continue to make disruptive plays.

But while Weaver said it’s “absolutely not” as easy as just sliding Watt back into the lineup and expecting the defense to take a huge step forward, he made it clear that is on him and the rest of the coaching staff to figure out.

“Every time both guys are on the field together, we all become better as a unit,” Weaver said. “There’s no addition by subtraction because of J.J. Watt. Absolutely not.

“We’re very fortunate that we have a bunch of dynamic players, but up front we have those three [Watt, Clowney and Mercilus] in particular. And it’s up to us coaching-wise to make sure we put them in the best position to be successful. Sometimes that’s not an easy task as it seems to be. But the expectations haven’t changed. We know where we finished a year ago. We know what we expect out of our unit this season, and obviously having J.J. back is going to do nothing but help us achieve those goals.”

Assistant head coach Romeo Crennel, who served as the Texans’ defensive coordinator the past three seasons, said he and the coaching staff are looking forward to the problems the group presents to opposing teams with Watt, Clowney and Mercilus chasing the quarterback at the same time.

“I think we all know what J.J. brings to the table,” Crennel said. “For opponents to try to figure out where they’re going to send their protection: Do they send it to J.J.? Do they send it to Clowney? Exactly how they’re going to do all that as far as from a protection standpoint, I think that’s going to make it extremely difficult on the offense. So, if we can keep both of those guys healthy, and Whitney as well, I think it will be difficult for them.”

Earlier in the offseason, when Watt did his first interviews since reinjuring his back and being ruled out for the rest of the season, his eyes lit up when he was asked about what the No. 1-in-2016 defense could do with him back on the field.

“We’re really excited about it. Obviously, we have a lot of great pieces in place,” Watt said. “We have a phenomenal defensive staff. We have phenomenal guys on the team, so it’s all about just going out there and doing what we’re able to do. I think a lot of it comes down to belief, and I think we see what we’re capable of doing and then it comes down to believing that you can take another step and another step, and I think we have that level of belief now and I think it’s only going to grow.”

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If you’ve ever watched J.J. Watt play football, then you’ve probably noticed that the three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year is basically unstoppable when he’s on the field.

Unfortunately for Watt, going 100 percent on every play in every game for 16 weeks takes its toll on your body, and over the offseason, Watt found out just how bad that toll can be.

After the 2015 season ended, Watt underwent surgery and things got so bad during rehab that he actually thought he was going to have to retire.

“When I was in Philadelphia after the first surgery [in January], there were some days there where I really, really questioned whether or not I would ever be able to play again,” Watt said on Wednesday. “Just some of the stuff we were dealing with from a rehab standpoint wholesale jerseys soccer. And just the way that the recovery was going early on.”

Just in case you lost track or didn’t hear, Watt played most of the 2015 season with a herniated disk and five fully or partially torn core muscles, including a tear in his groin muscle.

Those injuries led to an ugly surgery.

“A few of (the abdominal muscles) were fully off the bone,” Watt said. “A few of them were partial torn. That was pretty serious stuff.”

The defensive end was in so much pain after surgery that he couldn’t even get out of bed.

“There was a very low point there. It was tough. I was in a hotel room in Philadelphia for I think 10 days straight not being able to really walk or do anything,” Watt said. “There was definitely a tough point there buy jerseys wholesale.”

It wasn’t until February, almost three weeks after his surgery, that Watt knew for sure that he’d be able to return to football.

“One morning I woke up and all of a sudden, one thing I hadn’t been able to do since the surgery was lift my right leg straight up in the air. … And that morning I did it,” Watt said. “I called [Texans rehab coordinator Rolando Ramirez] right away and sent him a video and I was like, ‘Look.’ And so then I got up and tried some other stuff, and I actually did up-downs in the room, right there and I sent him a video of it. And I was like, dude, it worked.”

Of course, that wasn’t the end of the offseason pain for Watt. The defensive end also underwent back surgery in July.

Although there were reports that Watt might miss the Texans’ regular season opener, the man who’s never missed a game in his NFL career scoffs at that.

“There was never a doubt [that I would play],” Watt said. “Those guys were awesome in helping me and also awesome in being willing to have an aggressive approach. After a surgery, the rehab can go one of many ways, and these guys were willing to accept my aggressive style, and we did it in a smart fashion, but we did it in a way that we knew that this really wasn’t going to be an issue.”

If Watt says he can play, then he can play, and if he’s playing, then you know he’s going to give 100 percent on every play wholesale jerseys cheap. That sounds like bad news for Jay Cutler and the Bears offensive line.