Deshaun Watson helps furnish 176 rebuilt homes from Harvey

Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images
Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images /

Houston Texans’ rookie Deshaun Watson continues to make a huge impact within the Houston area after the devastating affects of Hurricane Harvey.

Many people know by now that while growing up in Georgia, the family of Houston Texans’ quarterback Deshaun Watson received a free new house from Habitat for Humanity that ended up being furnished by the charity of former NFL running back Warrick Dunn.

Now that Watson is a famous football player himself, he’s doing what he can to help those in need.

Watson has already donated his first NFL game check to three women that work at the Texans’ cafeteria, in an effort to help them rebuild their lives after being affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Now Watson has gone above and in beyond by helping to furnish 176 homes that were built to help those who lost everything in the hurricane.

The Texans have hit a home run when it comes drafting Watson. Not only is he a remarkable player on the field, but he’s already made such a great impact within the Houston area and he’s only been around for five months now.

While it’s important to bring in players that are full of talent, it’s also vital that they’re mature and has a good head on their shoulders. Watson is both talented and mature and is the leader that the Texans need on the offensive side of the ball.

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