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Watt had surgery to repair a herniated disk in July just before training camp. The surgery cost the 3-time defensive player of the year all of the preseason, but he was able to make it back for week 1’s game against the Chicago Bears.
The Houston Texans running back Jonathan Grimes will be out for possibly a month after reports that he has a cracked fibula in his leg.
During a practice round for the Ryder Cup European team member Justin Rose bet an American fan $100 that he could make a twelve-foot putt on the green.
David Johnson, of North Dakota, was heckling the Euros before being challenged by the team to in fact putt for dough.
Coach Tom Herman’s only loss since taking over at Houston came to UConn last season.
I took to Social Media on Tuesday Night and Wednesday after the news broke to see what kind of answers I could find to “Why Did J.J. Watt Hurt His Back Again?”
Texans head coach Bill O’Brien addressed the media Wednesday after practice. Before taking any questions O’Brien talked about the hardships of replacing such a dynamic player.
The 29-year-old had everything he needed to make one of life’s biggest decisions on Tuesday night: the engagement ring, the perfect woman and a beautiful early autumn night at Yankee Stadium, which focused a camera on the couple and broadcast the big moment on the center field video board.
The Houston Texans officially announced they have put J.J. Watt on the Injured Reserved list Wednesday morning. This announcement came hours after it was reported Watt had injured surgically repaired back again during the Texans game against the New England Patriots.
The Houston Texans are re-signing defensive end Antonio Smith according to multiple reports. Smith is being brought in to fill the void of three-time defensive player of the year J.J. Watt. It was reported on Tuesday that Watt will head to the injured reserve for the season with a back injury.
The Houston Texans might find out what life without J.J. Watt is like for the first time in the 3-time defensive player of the year’s career.