You'll see a new side of J.J. Watt tonight.
The two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year is profiled this evening at 7 p.m. CT on ESPN's 'E:60'. The defensive end was interviewed multiple times over the last year by ESPN, and there were crews that followed him in Houston, as well as to other places like Los Angeles and his home in Wisconsin.
Tonight's show is titled "Never Given", and will feature some of the work he does to prepare for an NFL season. It will also take a look at what his life is like away from football.
Watt turned in a gutsy performance in Sunday's win at Jacksonville, as he battled an illness and still came away with three quarterback hits and eight quarterback hurries. The fifth-year pro, according to head coach Bill O'Brien, was as "sick as a dog" in the game.
"You can't say enough about the guy," O'Brien said. "He shows up here, ready to go and plays the whole game. That's what great players do."
Watt and the players are off on Tuesday and will return to practice on Wednesday at the Houston Methodist Training Center. The team leaves for Miami on Saturday afternoon and will face the Dolphins on Sunday at noon CT.
Texans star J.J. Watt dressed as Batman to deliver candy to kids at Texas Children's.