Former Texan and current free agent J.J. Watt has received contract offers from multiple teams.


Watt was released from the Houston Texans on February 12. Watt wanted to be released, as he told fans via a video on Twitter that the two sides “mutually agreed to part ways.”


Sources told ESPN’s Dianna Russini that “the most lucrative offer Watt currently has on the table is believed to be worth between $15 million and $16 million per year.”

Multiple reports have said the Cleveland Browns are interested in signing the 31-year-old, but it’s unknown if Cleveland has submitted an offer to Watt.

On Wednesday, veteran NFL reporter John Clayton told 97.3 The Fan Pittsburgh that the Titans, Packers and the Bills are the frontrunners to land the current free agent. He added that there’s an “outside chance at the Raiders.”

However, he later clarified via Twitter that Tennessee, Green Bay, and Buffalo are the three leading teams, but Watt still hasn’t narrowed it down any further. Clayton also said the Browns and Oakland are still in the mix for Watt.


Watt, who turns 32 next month, totaled five sacks and 36 solo tackles during the 2020 season. The Texans went 4-12 on the year and missed the playoffs.

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