Texans spread holiday cheer around Houston

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HOUSTON, TX – Getting into the spirit of the holiday season a few of those terrific Texans were out spreading some holiday cheer around H-Town.

Wide receiver Andre Johnson and cornerback Jonathan Joseph stopped by the Fifth Ward Church of Christ to handout Thanksgiving dinners, with all the trimmings, for 1,500 less fortunate families in the area. May be a little early but, hopefully they like leftovers!

While Joseph and Johnson, which sounds like a law firm, were busy passing out turkey day treats defensive end JJ Watt was in the principal’s office at the Briarmeadow Charter School. He’s not made this season’s naughty list.

Brairmeadow entered the NFL PLAY 60 super school contest and they won! So, Watt stopped by to talk to students about the importance of good health and staying active. He also gave them a $10K NFL PLAY 60 grant for the school’s health and wellness programs and equipment.

Talk about one heck of an early Christmas gift!

This is just further proof that when the Houston Texans do well so do the people who live here!

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