J.J. Watt's campaign to raise money for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts continues to surge from success to success.
Watt's generous followers haven't let him down. On Twitter, Watt announced Wednesday they have raised $5.1 million. Knowing the full significance of what his efforts could mean to people affected by the devastating flooding that has engulfed Houston and Southeastern Texas, Watt announced a new goal:
It only makes sense Watt would embrace a goal of $6 million to help people severely affected by the unprecedented flooding in the region. Watt's good deeds are generating plenty of support.
In addition to the Titans, the Texans, New England Patriots, New York Jets and the NFL Foundation are each donating $1 million to relief efforts. Thursday's game between the Texans and Cowboys, which was initially relocated to AT&T Stadium, has been canceled so Texans players can be with their families in Houston.