Deshaun Watson donates first NFL check to help Texans’ cafeteria workers

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Deshaun Watson once again proves that he could end up being a legend for the Houston Texans.

Houston Texans’ rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson is already showing that he can be a winner on the field.  But he’s also proving that he’s a winner off the field as well.

The Texans’ official Twitter account posted a video of Watson donating his first NFL game check to three women that work at the team’s cafeteria. Of course they couldn’t help but cry and express their thanks, as you can see in the video below.

With Hurricane Harvey recently harrowing through the Houston area, there are plenty of people who still need help as they try to pick up the pieces of their lives and rebuild. Of course Watson can’t help everyone, but he’s at least making an effort.

With his rookie contract, Watson makes over $128,000 a week. So if you split that three ways, each woman ended up with roughly over $42,000 to help rebuild from the devastation of Harvey.

The Texans as well as the city of Houston are so fortunate to have men like Watson and his teammate, defensive lineman J.J. Watt to help in situations like these.

Watt’s initial goal was to raise $100,000 to help the people of Houston, but donations ended up skyrocketing all the way up to over $37 million. Which was just incredible and so uplifting for the entire area.

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