Connect with us

Free Agency News

TJ Watt Wants Brother JJ Watt to Land in Pittsburgh after Release from Houston

Badgers Wire

TJ Watt Wants Brother JJ Watt to Land in Pittsburgh after Release from Houston

We’re all thinking it. Pittsburgh Steelers star linebacker, TJ Watt said it. Well… tweeted a hilarious GIF about it.

News broke early Friday morning of former Houston Texans‘ 3x Defensive Player of the Year Award winner, JJ Watt being released after 10 seasons in Houston. This led to his younger brother TJ taking to social media to try and persuade JJ on where he should land next.

With the Steelers still facing cap space concerns, there’s still much work to be done to even make the idea of Watt (JJ) coming to Pittsburgh feasible. Most of that has to do with quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger‘s $41 million cap hit that the team will look to reduce in the next few days. How fast we get that answer is still up in the air, but the fact remains, the door is now open for all three Watt brothers to play together in Pittsburgh.

Where do yinz think JJ Watt will land? Will it be in Pittsburgh with his brothers or elsewhere? Sound off in the comment section below!

#SteelerNation

I’m a Steelers fan first, and a human being second. I BLEED black and gold! I love everything Steeler Nation and I’ve been with this staff since February 2018. I now reside in sunny San Diego, CA, but that doesn’t stop me from going to at LEAST 3-4 Steeler games a season. I graduated from Old Dominion University in 2010, and if I’m not watching a Steelers game, you can catch me at the beach, stuffing my face with Golden Oreos, or in front of anything Marvel. I report breaking news, I'm the site's designer, and I’m also the Editing Manager here. Follow me on Instagram @bwall_24! And if you need a new website for your own business or personal brand, hit me up! I’m a full-time web developer as well! Check out PeterDarker.com. Go Steelers!

1 Comment

1 Comment

  1. Pingback: But What About Bud? – SteelerNation.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More in Free Agency News