Houston Texans

Watt Says 'Aloha' To Texans Trade Talk


"I process it,'' he told Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show,'' by going to Hawaii for a week.


*The Texans have, incredibly, transformed future Hall-of-Famer Watt into an afterthought of sorts.


Other teams - emboldened by Houston's front-office foolishness, mired in a situation in which even the hiring of a new GM (Nick Caserio) and coach (David Culley) represents back-page news - can smell blood in the water.


Watt is just 31, remains about as effective as any Texan on either side of the ball, and would offer foundational value for the new coach/GM to everywhere from the locker room to the community.


Watt, a three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year, is due a $17.5 million non-guaranteed base salary and has said he is frustrated with the state of the team.


Miked-up at season's end, he spoke to unhappy teammate Watson about Houston having ‘wasted” the QB’s great year.






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