J.J. Watt named Walter Payton Man of the Year for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts
The Texans defensive end was honored for his charitable work
MINNEAPOLIS -- In what might have been the most obvious choice for an award, Texans defensive J.J. Watt received the 2017 Walter Payton Man of the Year award at on Saturday for all his work with the Houston following the flood from Hurricane Harvey.
Watt raised millions and millions of dollars to help Houston after the city was flooded. It all started with Watt posting a video asking people to help him generate money that could be used to help with hurricane relief in Houston.
He was just trying to get to $200,000,. He started and within a day .
Watt's plan was, making sure that it was used on quality charitable efforts. All told, Watt .
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