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Old 08-10-2012   #97
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Default Re: JJ Watt down in practice Update: Arm/elbow Injury

Looks like a right-handed Rondo imitation I described in a previous post..... left arm braced and dangling.






J.J. Watt tries a new skill at camp as he recovers
August 8, 2012

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He can’t partake in normal defensive end activities just yet, so J.J. Watt worked on another skill during today’s practice.

For a good portion of practice Watt caught footballs from the jugs machine with his right hand. Didn’t drop many, either. At one point he caught 50 in a row.

“We know he can catch them, that’s for sure,” defensive coordinator Wade Phillips said.

That much was clear during that spectacular pick six against the Bengals in the first game of last year’s playoffs. Texans coach Gary Kubiak said with a smile he just hopes Watt is practicing interceptions, because he won’t be catching passes from quarterback Matt Schaub.
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