GREEN BAY, Wisconsin (CBSDFW.COM) – Houston Texans defensive end JJ Watt achieved a childhood dream by participating in the training camp tradition of riding a fan’s bike to practice.
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The 288-pound Wisconsin native was participating in a Green Bay Packers tradition where players borrow kids’ bicycles and ride them to practice.
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Watt joked the bike was not “big man proof” and carried it the rest of the way.
Watt tweeted that he already bought the 5-year-old boy a new bike.
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Poor bike never stood a chance.
We got my man Biraj all set up to get a new one though, no worries!! https://t.co/xUZnD1z8HN
— JJ Watt (@JJWatt) August 6, 2019
He said in the tweet, “Poor bike never stood a chance. We got my man Biraj all set up to get a new one though, no worries!!”