Report: J.J. Watt Passed Conditioning Test; Ready For PracticeThe Houston Texans are being cautious with their superstar defensive lineman J.J. Watt. After back surgery that some speculated could keep him out four weeks of the regular season Watt might be back on the practice field this week.
UPDATED: J.J. Watt Announces On Twitter He'll Be Back "Soon"Watt had back surgery just before training camp and hasn't been on the field to practice with his team yet. But the three-time defensive player of the year seems to be feeling good.
Christian Covington Adjusting To Defensive EndChristian Covington entered Texans’ training camp this season trying to adapt to the league, but also trying to learn a new position.
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J.J. Watt Takes 22 Push-up Challenge From 'The Rock'; Challenges Simone BilesJ.J. Watt claims his back is just fine to do push-ups. And when professional wrestler and movie superstar Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson calls you out to do push-ups to help raise awareness about veterans suicide prevention.
Triple Threat with Lisa AnnSean & Ted talk to former adult film actress and current fantasy football guru Lisa Ann about her career, changing careers, and also get some football takes about J.J. Watt, Brock Osweiler, and some fantasy football advice.
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[WATCH] J.J. Watt Spent The Day As A FirefighterJ.J. Watt did not follow in the family line of work. His father is a firefighter in Watt's hometown of Pewaukee, Wisconsin. J.J. decided to go the football route and become one of the best players in the NFL within his first 5 years in the league.
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Triple Threat with John Harris of Texans RadioSean & Ted talk to John Harris of Texans Radio about which players are looking good at training camp, every position battle is broken down, and more.
Willie Roaf: "J.J. Watt Is A More Athletic Reggie White"J.J. Watt is starting to get comparisons to some of the greatest defensive pass rushers to ever play the game. When you've won three defensive player of the year awards people start wondering if you might be the best ever. Hall of Fame offensive lineman Willie Roaf joined In The Loop on Wednesday and talked about how he would compare the Houston Texans defensive end.
O'Brien Won't Hesitate To Put Star Players On Special TeamsWhen asked about his Jadeveon Clowney's side work on special teams, head coach Bill O’Brien didn’t hesitate to say that he's willing to put his star players out on the field for those plays.

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