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12th Jan 2019, 8:24 AM
Houston Texans star defensive end J.J. Watt won the NFL’s Walter Payton Man of the Year Award on Saturday night.

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Tight ends Benjamin Watson of the Baltimore Ravens and Greg Olsen of the Carolina Panthers also were finalists.

Watt, in his seventh NFL season and a three-time Defensive Player of the Year, had the goal of raising $200,000 for Hurricane Harvey relief in Houston. His fundraising did a whole lot more, bringing in an incredible $37 million in 19 days.

Watt has dedicated himself to finding organizations that will apply the funds in a fair and effective manner.

”I cannot express how humbled and honored that I am to be mentioned in the same sentence as Walter Payton, a man who did everything right not only on the field but off of it,” Watt said in his acceptance speech. ”And I’m going to continue to try to live that legacy and make that family proud.

”This award is called The Man of the Year Award, but I promise you it is so much bigger than that. This award is about the inherent good that lies within humanity. It is about the city of Houston and its ability to overcome adversity at a time when it all seemed lost. It is about the hundreds of thousands of people from all over the country and all over the world that donated to a city they may never have been to, to people they may never meet. But they donated simply because they saw their fellow human going through a difficult time and they wanted to help out.”

Peyton Manning presented the award to Watt.

”Whether we realize it or not, we are affecting everyone around us with our every move,” Watt added. ”The more than we can shine a light on the positivity and the good that we are in this world, the better off we’re going to be. We all have to go through this crazy journey together, so why not help each other out and make it as great of a journey as possible.

”I’m incredibly grateful [url=http://www.dolphinsauthorizedshops.com/a....http://www.dolphinsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-albert-wilson-jersey[/url]] , I’m incredibly thankful to receive this award and I will cherish it for the rest of my life. The only thing that I ask of you is to join me in trying to carry on the legacy that Walter Payton left behind of leaving this world better than we found it. Take a moment, ask yourself, `How can I make a difference? No matter how big, no matter how small, how can I make a difference?’ And when you have your answer, go out and do it.”



New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels could soon be on the other side of an AFC rivalry.

A person familiar with the negotiations said Monday the Indianapolis Colts are ”close” to reaching a deal that would make McDaniels their next head coach. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the two sides had not yet agreed to terms.

Even if they did reach a deal, though, league rules prohibit the Colts from making an official announcement until after the Patriots’ season ends. New England will host Jacksonville in Sunday’s AFC Championship game. If the Pats win, the announcement wouldn’t come until at least Feb. 5.

McDaniels has been one of the league’s most coveted coordinators since returning to New England in 2012. Since then, the Pats have reached six consecutive conference championship games and won two Super Bowls.

With Indianapolis, McDaniels would inherit an injured franchise quarterback, Andrew Luck, and a backup [url=http://www.dolphinsauthorizedshops.com/a....http://www.dolphinsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-daniel-kilgore-jersey[/url]] , Jacoby Brissett, who he worked with for almost 16 months in New England. McDaniels struggled to an 11-17 record in 2009 and 2010 with Denver, where he didn’t have a franchise quarterback.

He wound up as the St. Louis Rams’ offensive coordinator in 2011 before returning to New England, where he worked with Brady as the longtime Colts-Pats rivalry entered a new era with Luck behind center.

Now, after winning five Super Bowl rings and in the running for a sixth, it looks like he will get a second chance as a head coach.

The Colts job opened Dec. 31 when owner Jim Irsay fired Chuck Pagano within hours of the end of the season. Pagano was in charge for six seasons, and Indianapolis missed the playoffs each of the last three.

Indianapolis’ future still depends on Luck’s health.

In November, one month after cutting short his throwing program, the top overall pick in the 2012 draft went on season-ending injured reserve. Luck then went to Europe, where he continued to rehab his throwing shoulder, and didn’t return to team headquarters until the final days of the season.

It’s unclear if Luck has resumed throwing as the one-year anniversary of his surgery nears. He had a partially torn labrum.

A healthy Luck would make Indianapolis one of the league’s more attractive jobs because general manager Chris Ballard also has the No. 3 draft pick and almost $90 million to spend in free agency.

McDaniels was with the Patriots for the 2014 season, when the Colts and Patriots met in the infamous ”deflategate” AFC title game.

The Colts reportedly interviewed at least five candidates before McDaniels and Houston defensive coordinator Mike Vrabel became the finalists.




 
 
 
   
   
 
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