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Old 08-14-2015, 03:00 PM   #1
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J.J. Watt on cover of Texas Monthly magazine

We can never get enough of J.J. Watt.

The Houston Texans superstar is gracing the cover of Texas Monthly once again for its September issue. The magazine gave readers a sneak peek by sharing the cover photo on Twitter with the caption:

"J.J. Watt, looking pretty good on our September cover."

The cover reads:

"J.J. Watt! The NFL's most fearsome player is giving fans in Houston something to cheer about. The men too."

Watt has been in the spotlight since he won NFL Defensive Player of the Year in January. In April, rumors began flying when he was seen with tennis star Caroline Wozniacki at a Final Four game. He has been featured in a few new commercials, one in which he is synchronized swimming. Recently, Watt was captured doing the "Nae Nae" with some Houston area YMCA children. During training camp, a video went viral of a little girl sneaking in a kiss on Watt after he signed her jersey, and it was revealed that Watt's calorie intake is between 6,000 and 9,000 calories a day.

The Texans are also featured in this season's HBO hit, "Hard Knocks." Producers included Watt's rigorous workout in the first episode, and it showed his generous interaction with Texans fans during training camp.

All of this, and the NFL regular season hasn't even started yet.

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