While we do not know specifics about the severity of the break -- severe enough to require some form of cast, at least -- it seems like this will not be discussed any further by the team. Watt didn't seem interested in parsing the details when speaking with reporters.
"I've played with worse than this before," Watt said.
What else is there to say? This was the least surprising development of the afternoon and probably the reason why the Texans value Watt so much. If nothing else, it brings attention to the types of injuries players are willing to withstand to remain on the field. A few weeks back, Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick took the field right after surgery on his non-throwing hand, this after playing with a hand that required surgery.