J.J. Watt: It's time for little brother T.J. to buy dinner

posted by Chron.com <a href="http://www.chron.com/author/aaron-wilson/">Aaron Wilson</a> - 

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Now that Pittsburgh Steelers rookie linebacker T.J. Watt has signed his four-year, $9.258 million contract that included a $4.873 million signing bonus, he can afford to buy his famous big brother a big, juicy steak.

Texans star defensive end J.J. Watt is looking forward to having T.J. Watt pick up the tab at a few dinners when he and brother Derek Watt, a San Diego Chargers fullback, return to Wisconsin for workouts prior to reporting to training camp in July.

For Watt's full comments on his brother, please visit Chron.com

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