Cardinals' big defensive name handed over JJ Watt to retire after this season
The 33-12 month old was named protective player of
the year 3 times, tied with him for the most in league history.
A. The Rams protection goes to Aaron
Donald and Big Apple Giants linebacker Lawrence Taylor.
The selection of a seven-time
All pro and five-time Bowl veteran, according to the NFL, was decided
with the typical No. 11 pick in
the 2011 NFL Draft by way of the Houston Texans for whom he played
his first 10 seasons. He owns
the Texans franchise record for sacks with one hundred and one
defensive pitcher JJ Watt, one of the greatest shooting guards in NFL history, will retire after the 2022 season, he announced Tuesday.
Watt, a three-time NFL defensive
player of the year, said he played his "last" home game after Sunday, a 19-16
overtime loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
"My heart is filled with nothing but love and gratitude,
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