Unleashed Radio Hour

1Houston Area Supporters – Tune in Thursday, 3/5 @ 10am (CST) on Business 1110am KTEK (Streaming live at www.business1110KTEK.com<http://www.business1110ktek.com/>) for The Unleashed Radio Hour. Our foundation’s Houston Coordinator, Karen Edelman, will talk about the mission and outreach efforts of the JJ Watt Foundation. You do not want to miss this show! Grab your popcorn, some Sno-Caps perhaps?



Local Wisconsin boys, JJ Watt and Joe Thomas make headlines as NFL stars – Milwaukee Journal

Journal StoryThank you to Lori Nickel and the Milwaukee Journal for the recent article featuring JJ Watt and Joe Thomas, two local Wisconsin standouts currently making names for themselves in the NFL. From their childhood homes barely 10 minutes apart, JJ and Joe both went on to play for the Badgers, and are now regarded as one of the best defensive players and best left tackles in the league respectively. To read the rest of the article, click here.


Bum Phillips’ words meant a lot to JJ Watt – ESPN.com

For JJ Watt, celebrating Bum Phillips’ life at his memorial service was a special experience. Having always taken Bum’s words to heart, Watt was particularly inspired by the way Phillips’ “Luv Ya Blue” Oilers captured the city of Houston. And with that as a driving force, JJ and the Texans are excited to work hard everyday to create that same kind of relationship with Houston and make the city proud. Article.

J.J. Watt Recognized as one of Milwaukee’s “Game Changers”

Picture 2He may be staring down the opposition as a dominating defensive lineman for the Houston Texans and not the home team Green Bay Packers, but that didn’t stop Milwaukee’s “M” Magazine from including JJ and the work of his foundation in their November 2013 issue list of local game changers. “This is where I’m from and where everything really started for me,” says JJ. Excited and honored to be able to give back here in Wisconsin and to be included alongside the other 12 amazing individuals who are rocking the city!



Texans’ J.J. Watt has high school jersey retired at Pewaukee – MaxPreps.com

JerseyRetirement1He may be #99 on the Texans as the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year, but JJ Watt will forever be #9 in the hearts and history of Pewaukee High School. Growing up, playing under the Friday night lights of his hometown was JJ’s driving force. And because he never once stopped dreaming big and working hard, he’s still playing the game he loves, only now on a slightly larger stage. Thank you to everyone who came out, as the Pirates retired JJ’s high school jersey, and for all the local support! There really is no place like home. You can read more about the event thanks to MaxPreps.com here.