J.J. Watt’s $5 million auction puts $5M to the test

It’s the biggest auction ever in professional sports and it comes with a big caveat.

The first thing you need to know is that J.K. Watt will get to choose which of his jerseys to auction off.

He was in town on a personal trip to see his son, J.R., at a youth football camp.

His jersey was sold by a local fan and the auction was on a day that would have been the weekend of the Houston Texans’ home opener.

That’s not to say the auction didn’t include other special jerseys that JT might not have wanted to auction.

Watt was asked if there was anything that he would like to get out of it.

He said: “I don’t want any more than what I get.

I’ll never want more than the one I got.”

As you can imagine, the bidding is going to be a lot of fun.

But the best part is that the Houston Dynamo will be able to sell those jerseys on the day that JJ Watt gets to auction them off.

In fact, JT was so enthusiastic about the auction that he wanted to take the opportunity to do a little more than just put his name on a jersey.JT and his son will be on hand to answer questions from the fans and the media.

Jody Walker and Ryan Johnson are also on hand, and they will be joined by J.C. Banks, who will be answering questions from fans.JW will also be on stage at the auction.

He has said that he will put his entire family on the auction floor.

This will be the first time that Watt has put his whole family on a block of jerseys for a single auction.

Watt, the former Houston Dynamo, is in the final year of a four-year, $1.9 billion contract that he signed in 2015.

He is expected to be paid $3.5 million per year.

If you’re a fan of the sport who likes to be surprised, this is a great way to get your hands on some of the greatest jerseys in sports history.