When it comes to training camps, the Green Bay Packers pretty much kept it status quo for 14 years as they did not ever participate in joint practices with other teams.
Many fans, especially the younger ones, were sporting the jersey of Wisconsin native, former Badger, and now defensive end for the Texans, J.J. Watt. The seat ended up breaking as Watt got closer to the field.
And then he broke the bike. Watt has promised to buy the 5-year-old a new bike. "I apologize for that".
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Watt and his Texans teammates took part in the bike ride with kids to practice, although Watt needed a second bike after a size mismatch with the first one. The Packers and Houston Texans wrapped up an intense joint practice session Tuesday, highlighted by numerous battles between players over the past two days. "The kickoff especially is one of the most risky plays in football and that's why they've tweaked different things over the years, close to a live kickoff drill I don't think is best use of a inter-squad practice like that".
Watt isn't the only Wisconsinite on the Texans' roster: rookie offensive lineman Max Scharping is from Green Bay, and graduated from the city's Green Bay Southwest High before going on to play at Northern Illinois. I mean, that's what it's all about. "I think the PA (players association) is going to look at that, for sure". "I think if they".
"I mean, I can't walk past a kid", Watt said.