JJ Watt, one of the best defenders in the professional overseas American Football League (NFL), will continue his career with the Arizona Cardinals.
The passport runner who left Houston Texans ten years later signed a two-year, $31 million contract with his new club, providing a $23 million guarantee for the class.
Watt is the leader of the Houston (Houston) team in the past ten years and one of the best players. He was selected by the Texans as the 11th in the Amateur Players Expo (draft) in 2011. Since then, he has become the Defender of the Year three times, and has joined the Team of the Year five times. His key stats are excellent. He put the opponent’s control into the ground 101 times (dismissed), got 61 passes, 531 assists and 25 forced conceals. Sometimes, he was also arranged on the offensive end and caught 3 touchdowns.