There is little that Houston Texans superstar J.J. Watt has not done during his short career in the NFL. He has redefined his position and become the new standard for defensive linemen. He has scored touchdowns on both sides of the ball. He's been recognized as the best in the business twice already. He hasn't made it to the Super Bowl yet, but if he does you can guess who the MVP...
The jury’s still out on the No. 1 overall pick last year by the Houston Texans, Jadeveon Clowney.
That’s what’s makes hypotheticals like this so ridiculous.
I mean, what a difference a freaking year makes: http://t.co/Dt2IlWz1Sz pic.twitter.com/VpKyXYAgXz
— Cian Fahey (@Cianaf) March 25, 2015
The “what if?” game is fine 20 years later, but one year after the pick in...
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Houston Texans defensive lineman J.J. Watt has restructured his contract to free up $8 million of salary-cap room for the team, according to ESPN’s Field Yates.
Watt, theunanimous choice as NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2014, has agreed to turn a $10 million roster bonus he was due into a signing bonus.
In his fourth pro season, Watt had...
J.J. Watt has restructured his contract to free up $8 million of salary cap room for the Houston Texans, a source told ESPN.com on Tuesday.
Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt is the man.
But, you already knew that.
This is just the latest example.
Source: JJ Watt has restructured his contract. Turned $10M roster bonus into a signing bonus. Creates $8M in cap space for HOU for 2015.
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) March 24, 2015
According to CBS Sports this move will take Watt’s cap figure from about $21.969 million...
Field Yates of ESPN reports that Texans DE J.J. Watt restructured his contract and helped free up some additional cap space for Houston. According to Yates, Watt converted his $10 million roster bonus into a signing bonus and in turn created $8 million in cap space for the Texans. Joel Corry points out that Watt’s 2015 cap ...
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The Houston Texans have the best defensive line in football.
With J.J. Watt, the newly added Vince Wilfork and hopefully the return of a healthy Jadeveon Clowney the Texans line is scary good.
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Watch Houston Texans’ defensive end J.J. Watt successfully makes this standing jump that sends him 59.5 inches high onto a stack of boxes.
Watt is truly amazing in this video. He uses the athleticism we see on Sundays while generating sacks and scoring touchdowns to jump practically five feet straight up without a running start.
Earlier this year, Watt was going to build a cabin...
It is not uncommon for superstars to work within the community of their respective teams. There is nothing like a little face time among the people to make sure the people really don't want to ever see you go. Guys that don't will find the fans could care less if the team wants to trade him or release him. Results on the field matter the most of course, but it never hurts to make...
The Houston Texans signed ex-Patriots nose tackle Vince Wilfork to a two-year contract on Monday. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport shared J.J. Watt’s reaction to the news.
Official response to adding Vince Wilfork. RT @JJWatt: haha
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 16, 2015
That’s assuming Watt wasn’t laughing about Wilfork’s hilarious ocean wipeout that went viral...
It’s the end of an era. Former New England Patriots defensive tackle Vince Wilfork announced on Twitter Monday afternoon that he has signed with the Houston Texans.
After 11 seasons, five Pro Bowls and two Super Bowl titles in New England, Wilfork will be calling another city home next year.
Set to count $8.9 million against the cap in 2015, New England made the decision to release...
In the midst of a hectic free agency period, the crew at TopSportsReport decided that it was time to take a deep look at the roster shifts occurring and determine which teams are getting better and which teams are getting worse. To present these opinions, I have decided to write a defensive power rankings article. In this article, I go team by team and discuss each teams’ current...
No one had more fun with the wild first day of NFL free agency than J.J. Watt.
Day 1 started off with a bang as the New Orleans Saints shipped Jimmy Graham to the Seattle Seahawks, the Philadelphia Eagles and St. Louis Rams pulled off a quarterback swap and Darrelle Revis left the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots to return to the New York Jets. But there were also some insane...
Houston Texans first overall pick in last year’s NFL draft, Jadeveon Clowney, cannot stay healthy.
Clowney can now add dog bite to his injury list, which includes hernia surgery, a concussion, and knee surgery.
According to SportsRadio 610 and CBS Houston, Clowney was bitten by teammate D.J. Swearinger’s pit bull last week on his right arm. Clowney went to a Pearland...
The Houston Texans have released wide receiver Andre Johnson.
Texans officially released WR Andre Johnson.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 9, 2015
Johnson has spent his entire 12-year NFL career with Houston. Now, the 33-year-old Johnson becomes an unrestricted free agent.
Johnson had 85 receptions for 936 yards and three touchdowns in 2014. In 12 seasons...
The Houston Texans may be giving J.J. Watt another dynamic playmaker to work with on the defensive line.
Texans need a NT. Vince Wilfork might b good fit considering how well OBrien and Crennel know him from Pats.
— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) March 6, 2015
Wilfork is 2 years younger than Ryan Pickett, who played well against the run last season. His contract expires Tuesday...
The Miami Dolphins decided to part ways with wide receiver Brian Hartline earlier this offseason, and he will draw quite a bit of interest in free agency. One team that is already interested in signing him is the Houston Texans, and he is meeting with them this afternoon to discuss a potential contract.
#Browns are still in the running for Brian Hartline, but he’s visiting...
Houston Texans DE J.J. Watt is pretty universally well liked and respected.
That’s why this was so surprising.
J.J. Watt is a lying clownfraud: http://t.co/5uYNaTPFDb
— Deadspin (@Deadspin) March 4, 2015
Their blog centers around the cabin in the woods Watt is supposedly living at this offseason.
Essentially, it looks pretty damn nice. Apparently Deadspin was disappointed...
Houston Texans defensive lineman JJ Watt is spending his offseason in Wisconsin, where he resides in a $800,000 cabin that sits on 36 acres of land he owns. Watt told the media in January that the cabin is “really minimalistic” and located in the “middle of nowhere” – two descriptions that miiiiiight be a little
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With the Houston Texans unsure about who will be their starting quarterback for the upcoming season, it is important to make sure there is a strong offensive line to protect whoever it will be. The offensive line played fairly well last year. There were some low points where the quarterback was being pressured way more than he should have been, but overall the line played well together...
When people think about an NFL team, usually one person immediately jumps to mind. It’s the player, coach or owner who is most immediately identifiable with the club. It’s the person TV networks use in game promos, the team puts on the cover of the media guide and fans blame when things go awry.
It’s the face of the franchise. And every team has one, for better or worse.
Houston Texans DE J.J. Watt is a monster, even when he’s not on the field.
He was a beast then, too.
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