Arizona Cardinals’ cautious end J.J. Watt reported on Tuesday morning that he is resigning from the NFL when Arizona’s season closes on Jan. 8.
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Watt, who was initially drafted by the Houston Texans out of Wisconsin in the 2011 NFL draft, has 111.5 professional sacks – – including 9.5 this season. He is one of three players in NFL history, alongside Corridor of Famer Lawrence Taylor and Los Angeles Rams cautious tackle Aaron Donald, to win the association’s Protective Player of the Year grant multiple times. Watt won the honor in 2012, 2014, and 2015.
Watt likewise won the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Grant in 2017 for his work assisting Houston in recuperating from harm during Storm Harvey.
Star soccer player Kealia Ohai, whom Watt wedded in 2020, tweeted to salute her significant other. Watt’s sibling Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker T.J. Watt shared the close-to-home Michael Scott image.
Watt was an All-American for the Wisconsin Badgers and drove the group to the 2010 Rose Bowl.
Others from around the game’s world saluted Watt for his noteworthy profession.