A year after making an NFL splash by trading for a Houston Texan, the Cardinals stunned the league once more Monday by bringing in another previous Texans All-Pro.
Defensive end J.J. Watt, that ever since his release from Houston last month was reported to head to a handful of areas however never ever Arizona, ended up agreeing to sign with the Cardinals.
“Watt later indicated he and his wife, Kealia, were traveling to Arizona on Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill’s plane. He tweeted two photos, one of himself posing with Bidwill and the other of himself and his wife sitting in Bidwill’s plane.
“I’m excited to get started,” Watt said on the tarmac after the plane landed. “Very excited to get started, get to work, get to know the people of Arizona.”
Watt, 31, was released by the Houston Texans, who granted his request on Feb. 12, ending his 10-year run with the franchise.
Four days later, Watt’s former Texans teammate and current Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins posted on Instagram a photo of himself and Watt edited to be in a Cardinals uniform with the caption: “Let’s finish what we started…”Source