J.J. Watt, Texans help city of Houston

Texans players and their families spent Sunday distributing 10 semi trucks worth of supplies across the greater Houston area to aid those affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Houston Texans DE J.J. Watt and his teammates started their Hurricane Harvey relief efforts around the City of Houston today, Sunday, Sept. 3.

After the press conference concluded, Texans players, their families and staff gathered at four locations across the City of Houston that were greatly impacted by Hurricane Harvey. The Texans players distributed donated supplies, in accordance with J.J. Watt's Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, which has raised over $17 million. For more on the fundraising campaign, visit YouCaring.com/JJWatt. 

The Texans players involved, along with Watt, included WR DeAndre Hopkins, DE Jadeveon Clowney, QB Tom Savage, LB Whitney Mercilus, RB Lamar Miller and many more. The following are the locations visited: North Main Church of God in Christ in Independence Heights, the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center of Houston in Meyerland, Carroll Academy and Christian Tabernacle Church. During today's relief efforts, 10 semi-trucks full of donated products included water, pet supplies, cleaning materials, hygiene products, diapers, etc.

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