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Texans for a Cause and the JJWF Team Up to Raise Funds

1452564_671047206258979_1744775706_nThank you to everyone that came out during the Texans recent home game on Sunday, Dec 1, versus the Patriots, to support Texans for a Cause and The Justin J. Watt Foundation. In a period of about 2 hours, we raised just under $1,000 – AWESOME! A huge high-five to the Ol’Skools for setting up and to PitMaker for letting us take over their tailgate area. Thank You to all the SuperFans that came out, signed autographs and took pictures and for ensuring that our foundation can continue to support kids everywhere in their efforts to Dream Big and Work Hard!

Watt lights up the catwalk in charity fundraiser –

runway by dave rossman - houston chronicle


You’re used to seeing them walk on the field every week for game day, but JJ and some of his fellow Texans recently took a walk on the runway for charity. You can read more about the event, which raised money for Bo’s Place, a bereavement center offering grief support services to children, ages 3 to 18, and see pictures by Dave Rossman of the Houston Chronicle here.

Bum Phillips’ words meant a lot to JJ Watt –

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 pays tribute to the late Bum Phillips


Watch here as J.J. Watt gives a special tribute to the late Bum Phillips after a sack in the Sunday, October 20, game against the Kansas City Chiefs. The former NFL coach and father to current Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips, passed away this past week at the age of 90. Rest in Peace Bum. You are missed. #LuvYaBlue.