Reebok and Houston Texans defensive end JJ Watt have officially introduced his latest signature training sneaker, the Reebok JJ III.
Designed with athletes in mind, and put through the tests by JJ himself, the Reebok JJ III is billed as an every day sneaker that can withstand even the toughest of workouts. Reebok fans will also be happy to see the return of the old school logo.
The new JJ III will be available in a multi-pack collection releasing throughout 2019 as part of the “Made of Many” campaign, celebrating the combined power of the events, people, and places that made Watt the athlete he is today. In honor of his varsity high school days, the inaugural release of the all-new JJ III is titled the Reebok JJ III "Varsity Pack."
According to Reebok, key features to the all-new JJ III include:
- Flexibility that doesn’t quit: stretch spacer mesh bootie constructed for a close, sock-like fit
- Durable FlexWeave upper for strength that breathes
- Integrated lacing system offering lock down support
- Stabilized heel outsole constructionand wrap enabling superior balance and moving heavy weight
- Zigzag stitching serving as a reminder of JJ’s infamous battle scar
The Reebok JJ III Varsity will be available for $100 in unisex and kids sizing starting at midnight on July 17 www.reebok.com/us/jj_watt_picks. Other Reebok retailers including Dick's Sporting Goods will also have the JJ II in stock.
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Reebok JJ III/Reebok
Reebok JJ III/Reebok
DeAndre Hopkins Instagram Account Hacked, Filled With Photos Of IG Model
Hopkins' IG page lookin' a little different today.
Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins had his instagram account hacked in the early hours of June 5, and his page is now filled with photos of a Turkish model named Kardelen Toprak. While the @DeAndreHopkins handle remains the same, the bio of his page now reads, "Kardelen Official Account."
Hopkins, whose IG account boasts over 835,000 followers, confirmed that there has been a breach on his account and that this isn't just some over the top "Woman Crush Wednesday" play. He simply tweeted the following on Wednesday morning, "Ig hacked. Be back up soon."
That said, his page is still the home to nearly 50 photos of Kardelen Toprak - as seen in the posts embedded below.
Arian Foster’s Epic "Game Of Thrones" Celebration Caught On Security Cam
Watch out, spoilers are ahead.
Game Of Thrones has been dominating the pop culture sphere these past couple of weeks, especially when it comes to television shows. While movies have been dominated by Avengers: Endgame, the final season of Game Of Thrones has managed to captivate even those who have never seen the show before.
On last night's episode, the Battle of Winterfell finally went down and the results were pretty unexpected, to say the least. Fans were impressed by just how grand the battle scenes were, even if the lighting was a little dark at times. The general consensus seems to be that the episode lived up to expectations and produced some spectacular moments.
Former Houston Texans running back Arian Foster is a huge GoT fan and last night, he posted a video to Twitter which shows him and his friends reacting to the end of the episode. The video was taken on security cam footage which makes it all that much funnier. Beware though, the Tweet below contains spoilers so be wary before you check it out.
We imagine Foster's reaction mirrors many of those who were watching last night. With only three episodes left, it will be interesting to see how this all ends up tying together.
Demaryius Thomas Pleads Guilty To Careless Driving Charge From February
Thomas will be on probation for a year.
Back on February 16th, NFL star wide receiver Demaryius Thomas was driving in a car that ended up crashing violently in Colorado. Witnesses at the scene said that Thomas was lucky to be alive. According to TMZ Sports, Thomas was driving 70 MPH in a 30 MPH zone and ended up injuring himself and two other passengers. In the aftermath of the crash, Thomas was arrested and charged with careless driving. Today, a report was released that notes that Thomas has pleaded guilty to the charge.
Thomas will not be facing any jail time for his crime, although he will be on probation for the next year and will have to complete 50 hours of community service. He also has fines and restitution to pay.
"It saddens me that I caused pain to those whom I love most," Thomas said in a statement regarding that crash. The free agent's representative released a separate statement with similar sentiments.
"Demaryius is extremely remorseful for exceeding the speed limit which led to the automobile accident in Denver, February 16th," the statement read. "Demaryius is taking full responsibilities for his actions and ensures that nothing like this will ever happen again!"
Deshaun Watson Rages To Travis Scott At Houston Concert
Looks like Watson is having fun with the offseason.
Deshaun Watson has been a stud quarterback for the Houston Texans, main them to the playoffs this season. While the 12 months ended off with a disappointing loss to the Indianapolis Colts, the long run is trying brilliant for the Texans. Now that the NFL season is over, many NFL stars are having fun with their break and Watson is certainly considered one of them. In the video beneath posted by TMZ Sports, the Texans star may be seen in the course of a moshpit at a Travis Scott live performance in Houston. Of course, Scott is from Houston and is at the moment on the second leg of his profitable Astroworld tour.
Watson and his pals gave the impression to be having fun with Scott’s reside rendition of his primary hit “Sicko Mode” which in fact, options Drake. Watson has suffered accidents up to now so we hope he stayed secure whereas within the pit. La Flame followers can get fairly rowdy and the very last thing the Texans want is for his or her star quarterback to go down with an harm that occurred within the offseason.
Scott has proven his help for the Texans, and simply the Houston space generally, up to now as he attended their playoff sport towards the Colts again in January.
Texans’ WR Demaryius Thomas Expected To Be Cut Today: Report
Texans anticipated to launch Thomas as he recovers from Achilles harm.
The Houston Texans will reportedly launch veteran vast receiver Demaryius Thomas on Tuesday, in accordance with James Palmer of NFL Network.
Thomas, who the Texans acquired via a commerce with the Denver Broncos in October, performed in seven video games for Houston earlier than tearing his left Achilles in a Week 16 matchup towards the Philadelphia Eagles.
The 31-year outdated receiver caught 23 passes for 275 yards and two touchdowns throughout his transient stint with the Texans. In his ultimate eight video games with the Broncos, Thomas had 36 receptions for 402 yards and three touchdowns.
As Palmer famous, there's nonetheless no schedule for Thomas' return however, he did bounce again in simply six months after struggling an analogous harm in his rookie season.
(Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)
Following Houston's AFC Wild Card Game loss to the Indianapolis Colts, Thomas informed reporters he wasn't considering of retirement, and had hoped to complete his profession with the Texans.
"I nonetheless can play," Thomas mentioned. "I am not fascinated about retirement. I simply do not know the place...I informed them I might like to be right here. I might love to complete my profession right here."
Tyrann Mathieu Signs With Houston Texans: One-Year, $7 Mill
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that Tyrann Mathieu has narrowed his free agent decision down to one team and one team only, the Houston Texans. It seemed that Tyrann Mathieu, already one the premier defensive backs in the game, had all the choices in the world leading up to his decision.
It was somewhat surprising when the Arizona Cardinals cut him loose in a cost-cutting measure. He had $5.75 million and $8 million respectively in guaranteed salary over the next two years. What's most shocking about their management decision, is that Arizona can hardly afford to lose any talent, if anything they should be looking far and wide to bring in "non-rotational squad members."
Tyrann essentially took less than was made available on the open market, in order to sign with the Texans. $7 million seems like a paltry sum for a premier defensive player, but Tyrann's ongoing injuries seem to figure primarily in both Arizona's decision to cut him, and other team's unwillingness to give him guaranteed money or a multi-year contract.
If Tyrann can stay healthy for the upcoming NFL season, his next contract will likely put him near the top the league's pay scale.