Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt underwent successful surgery on Tuesday to repair his torn pectoral. Watt suffered his injury in the second quarter of the Texans win over the Oakland Raiders making a tackle on running back Josh Jacobs.
Watt is expected to be fully recovered in four months from his injury and back with the Texans for the next off-season preparing for the 2020 season.
Watt posted the following on Twitter regarding his surgery.
Everything went smooth with the surgery, thank you for all of the kind words. If I tweet anything crazy during the Astros game tonight, just blame it on the pain meds.
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