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Always a fan favorite, J.J. Watt continues to impress Houston on and off the field. The 28-year-old defensive end has proven to be an asset for the Texans, both because of his football skills and his involvement in the community.

Now you can bring home a piece of the gridiron hero and put it in your closet. According to reports, American menswear retailer Mizzen and Main has announced that they have partnered with Watt to create a line of clothing designed by the celebrated football star. The new line launches in July, but fans can get a sneak peak on Watt’s Twitter feed.

Watt has modeled a few of his pieces, which so far appear to include sleek button-downs and swanky blazers. While the look may be hot for a Texas summer, fans wouldn’t have expected anything else.

Mizzen and Main are a Texas company operating out of Dallas, and their website boasts that their clothing is “Made in America,” so Watt couldn’t have chosen a better partner to release his line.

I’m not so sure that J.J. Watt is still the best at his position.

Aside from the quarterback position, another big question for the Houston Texans heading into the upcoming season is whether or not defensive lineman J.J. Watt can return to his previous dominant form after two back surgeries.

John Owning of FanRag Sports believes that Watt is still the best edge rusher in the NFL.

Here’s a portion of what Owning wrote:

Watt is an incredibly tireless worker who has extremely powerful hands and incredibly quick feet. He can win through a blocker’s pads or with hand-fighting techniques. Watt has the best swim move in the NFL, and he uses it to abuse offensive linemen every week.

Against the run, Watt is a splash defender who tries to win early, which is why he is always among the league leaders in tackles for loss and stuffs.

When it comes to Watt, my biggest concern is whether or not he can still do the things listed above the way he did before his surgeries.

Watt is a big strong guy that can manhandle opposing players. But if his back acts up or if he’s lost any of his mobility and/or strength, he may not be as productive as he’s been in the past.

After missing last season, I can’t agree that Watt is the best edge defender in the NFL. He will need to once again prove it.

The NFL is a year to year league where teams and players must always prove themselves.

Leave a comment below and tell us whether you think Watt is still the best edge defender in the NFL.

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Whether Twitter (and social media in general) makes athletes more popular or less popular is certainly up for debate — it’s probably both, depending on what exactly they use it for — but it is undeniable that without social media, the struggle for stories about these players during “down times” on the sports calendar would be very, very real.

Personally, I like Twitter the most when it is honest and a real reflection of who the athlete is. That would explain why the topic of Arian Foster contending that he could take down a wolf with his bare hands overtook my national radio show on Sunday night cheap soccer jerseys wholesale:

For the record, I had multiple calls from Alaskans to my show saying that Foster is absolutely nuts (duh!), one of them even citing the pounds per square inch that a wolf deploys when shredding an object with its fangs (wolf analytics!). It was a fun topic to spend kicking around, as it took us to a place where eventually callers were trying to figure out which deadly animal they would stand the best chance of beating with their bare hands. (Most prominent answer — NONE.)

Arian Foster may no longer be a Texan, but as long as he’s on Twitter, he lives on in our minds, hearts, souls and laptops.

Fast-forward to Monday night, and Texans defensive end J.J. Watt. Peruse Watt’s Twitter timeline, and over the past several weeks it’s largely retweets from fans who bought tickets to his charity softball game (May 13, Minute Maid Park, tickets available at jjwfoundation.org) and retweets of combine/draft accolades for his younger brother, T.J. Watt, who is thought to be a second-round pick in the upcoming NFL Draft.

There are no bold proclamations of how he could destroy a wolf with his bare hands (Fact: If any athlete could, it’s a healthy J.J. Watt), and there are absolutely zero political statements (Why do you think J.J. Watt is so damn popular?). Hell, it took Watt’s girlfriend, Houston Dash star Kealia Ohai, to change HER Facebook status and profile picture for the world to learn they were officially a couple!

But every now and again, J.J. Watt has a solid take on something sports-related. On Monday night, he tweeted this…

We know that youth sports and after-school activities are a passion for J.J. Watt, as his foundation benefits numerous school systems to help them provide equipment and resources to conduct sports and activities. We also know that Watt grew up playing every sport under the sun. The freaking guy is good at hockey, for God’s sake!

As a parent of three sports-playing kids myself and a daughter who runs track and cross country at the collegiate level, I couldn’t agree with Watt’s take more. The trend that’s taken kids who love and have the athletic wherewithal to play multiple sports over different seasons down to specializing in one sport year-round is unfortunate and, oftentimes, unseemly.

For one, these are different lessons to be gleaned from playing different sports — universal lessons in teamwork and sacrifice, but also specialized lessons in strategy and use of different muscle groups. I’m a firm believer that being able to have substantial experiences in many things is better than inundation in one thing. (The Bill O’Brien Versatility Theory in play!) Second, playing different sports often avails kids to sport jerseys wholesale different groups of people and friends. There is nothing bad about that.

But more to the point that I think Watt was driving at, in the unsavory specialization realm, kids and parents begin to brush up against the lunatic fringe of parents and coaches (and even the slimeball outer fringe when you begin to get into handlers in high school). A lot of specialization is a money grab by “private coaches” planting dreams of stardom down the road in the heads of kids and parents, a vast majority of whom end up on the scrap heap (simple math — only so many people get to the levels that these coaches brag about on their clientele page).

It’s why I don’t watch the Little League World Series on TV, quite honestly. There’s just something a little weird about watching a bunch of sixth graders from around the world getting the Major League treatment on ESPN, knowing full well that, in 2017, a lot of these kids are probably being asked to play baseball and ONLY baseball by delusional parents. Hey, maybe my abstaining from watching it makes me the lunatic. Whatever.

But back to the original point…yes, J.J. Watt! Totally agree! Play lots of sports, kids. Dream big. Work hard. Hunt greatness. And for the love of God, do NOT flip any 1,000-pound usa wholesale jerseys tires.