J.J. Watt raising money for Hurricane Harvey recovery

J.J. Watt isn’t physically in Houston right now, but his heart is. He’s raising money to help the region recover from the devastation Hurricane Harvey has caused.

This isn’t the first time Cravens has considered retirement, and he discussed his plans with his teammates via a group message on Saturday. Though Cravens has decided against retirement for now, Cravens will miss about a month of time while on the non-football injury list.

A transition to inside linebacker and a concussion and a biceps injury had a negative impact on Cravens’ performance during his rookie season, and that’s when the retirement talk began. His teammates weighed in on the situation after practice.

“This game tests your wits in every form and every facet of your body and mental everything,” Josh Norman said via Jones. “Because if you’re not ready to come back and then play and give it your all and your heart isn’t in it, then you’re seriously gonna go out there and get hurt. I mean like, seriously.

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