The Houston Texans' defensive lineman is fawned on where he travels in Phoenix, with fans at practices shouting his name and clamoring for autographs from the MVP candidate.
Come Sunday, Watt might be all over the field.
During Friday's practice at Scottsdale Community College, the defensive stalwart was brushing up on his receiving skills.
"That might be something we could have up our sleeves, absolutely," the Ravens' coach said. "We got a couple ideas. You got a lot of guys with skills out here."
Harbaugh suggested that Watt might not be the only one to play out of his normal position Sunday.
"(Justin) Houston said he wants to play tight end as well. I said 'could you block for us?' he said 'absolutely not,' " Harbaugh said laughing.
When asked by Around The NFL, Houston said he doubts he'll get any reps at tight end, but loved the idea if the opportunity arises.
Harbaugh's view that the Pro Bowl should be about trying new things and letting the best players on the planet have fun is spot on. Why not let these uber-athletes spread their wings?
Heck, Watt was even showing off his field-goal skills Friday.