He released JJ Watt, one of the best defenders in the field, from the Houston Texans of the NFL.
The Texas State Club and the 31-year-old Watt (Watt) serve as wingers and will terminate the contract through an agreement between the two parties, with one year left.
“My relationship with the people of Houston is very special. I know this is very rare. I want you to know how much I value you. I want to thank the McNair family for drafting and giving me the opportunity to participate in the NFL. Thank you Houston.” Social media The above message is the defender of the printer and the owner.
Watt has been the face of the team for the past ten years and one of the best players on the team. In 2011, he was selected as the 11th place in the amateur player exchange (draft) by the Texas candidate. In the past ten seasons, he was named the Defender of the Year three times and was selected to the Team of the Year five times. Among the most important statistics, he fired his opponent’s manager 101 times (dismissed), had 61 passes, 531 mounts, and was forced to concede the ball 25 times. Sometimes, he was also placed on the offensive side, with 3 touchdowns.
The Texans in a major transition-last season with a 4/12 victory scoring-replaced their best receiver DeAndre Hopkins last summer, and team manager DeShaun Watson said after last season that he no longer wanted to Playing in Houston.
The club drove the team head coach Bill O’Brien last season and was replaced by David Culley in the offseason.