"Our thoughts go out to everyone impacted by Hurricane Harvey," Bengals executive vice president Katie Blackburn said in a statement. "We have several players from the Houston area on our team. We want to help with the relief efforts and show our support to the Texans as we welcome them to Paul Brown Stadium on September 14."
Click here to donate to Watt's flood relief fund, and here to donate to the Red Cross to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Here's a rundown of other teams who are donating to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts:
- The Detroit Lions and the family of team owner Martha Ford have donated $1 million to the American Red Cross for relief efforts.
- The Baltimore Ravens are donating $1 million to the United Way of Greater Houston, with the funds being distributed to the United Way Relief Fund for Hurricane Harvey, the Salvation Army of Houston and the American Red Cross.
- Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank, via The Arthur Blank Family Foundation, is matching up to $1 million in fan donations to the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.
- The NFL Foundation is donating $1 million to the relief efforts.
- The Los Angeles Rams are giving fans the option to donate a portion of their ticket purchase to the team's Sept. 10 season opener to hurricane relief efforts. In addition, Houston native and Rams defensive tackle Michael Brockers is leading a fundraising effort to benefit the United Way of Greater Houston.
- The Green Bay Packers are donating $100,000 to Watt's relief fund and are encouraging fans to donate to the American Red Cross.
- The Giants have pledged $1 million to the Houston relief efforts -- Americares, American Red Cross and Houston Food Bank.
- The Chargers and the Spanos family are donating $500,000 to relief efforts. They will also hold a food and supply drive on Sept. 6 to aid victims of the historic flooding that has occurred over the past week throughout Southeast Texas. In addition, Chargers players took part in obtaining goods for those in neeed: