Cardinals' J.J. Watt says he felt like a 'wimp' after encounter with snake in his bathroom

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J.J. Watt has actually made 5 All-Pro groups and over $100 million over his NFL profession by virtue of his capability to deal with — and frequently control — offending linemen. On Saturday, however, the Arizona Cardinals protective end discovered something he can’t deal with: a snake. 

In a Twitter post that day, Watt asked his fellow Arizonians for suggestions on how to deal with a snake he discovered in his restroom. 

A couple of hours later on, Watt tweeted a video in which he detailed how he eliminated the snake. Or, as Watt fasted to confess, how the individual he called for aid finished the job. Take an appearance: 

Watt, a Wisconsin local who played his college ball for the Badgers, confessed he had little experience with snakes — and definitely not poisonous rattlesnakes. The individual who concerned Watt’s house did, and he rapidly made Watt “feel like a wimp.” 

“I call this guy, and he comes out to the house, takes a look at it, and he just picks it up with his bare hands,” Watt stated. “And he goes, ‘Ah, that’s not a rattlesnake. It’s a long-nosed snake — completely harmless. And then he left. So, if you ever want to a feel like a wimp, that’s a way to do it.” 

While Watt might not be the hardest around snakes, he definitely was on the arena in 2015 for Arizona. The previous Houston Texans star assisted the Cardinals open the routine season an ideal 7-0 prior to missing out on the remainder of the project after going through shoulder surgical treatment. Arizona hopped to an 11-6 record the remainder of the method and ended up taking a humiliating 34-11 defeat to the Los Angeles Rams in the wild-card round. 

If the Cardinals want to take the next action in 2022, they’ll likely require a healthy Watt — so, for their sakes, the good news is the snake Watt experienced didn’t impersonate much of a hazard as he at first believed. 



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