J.J. Watt Offers To Cover The Costs For The Funerals For Santa Fe HS Victims

The Defensive end for the Houston Texans is doing something incredible. Again.

JJ Watt raised a spectacular amount of money for Hurricane Harvey Relief — over $37M, which blew way past his initial goal of $200, 000 and his later goal of $10 million.

He was also named the Sports Illustrated Sportsperson Of The Year as well as the Walter Payton Man Of The Year for his hurricane relief efforts.

And now Watt is stepping up in a whole new way. He is going to personally cover the costs of the funerals for those killed at Santa Fe High School after the horrific shooting on May 18.


SANTA FE, Texas (FOX 26) – Santa Fe High School administrators have been notified that Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt will personally pay for the funerals of all the victims of the shooting.

Source: Fox News 26

On Twitter, Watt posted a two-word tweet when he heard about the shooting.

That’s pretty much how we all felt when the reports started flooding in.

Here’s how Twitter reacted:

That it is.

I’m not much of an NFL fan, but man, I am a huge fan of JJ Watt.

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