JJ Watt proves to be too big for a kid's bike

JJ Watt proves to be too big for a kid's bike

The 288-pound Wisconsin native was participating in a Green Bay Packers tradition where players borrow kids' bicycles and ride them to practice. If the Packers were to have another joint practice, he would also prefer for the session to be in Green Bay. A feeling that Aaron Rodgers could do without.

The sound took a lot of Packers fans by surprise Thursday night at the preseason opener against the Houston Texans.

"I mean, I can't walk past a kid", Watt said of the child whose bike he picked.

"I doubt that they'll let me out there", he said. "You could see when we're at practice sometimes, I don't know if we're playing the music too loud or what, but they're having a hard time hearing me with Walkie Talkies".

"I was going to see if I could go in the stands and have somebody bring me a brat, cheese curds and a Spotted Cow, but I thought that might be frowned upon during period seven of practice, so maybe afterwards", Watt joked. I think the [NFL] PA is going to look at that, for sure.

"To do close to a live kickoff drill, I don't think is the best use of inter-squad practices".

Houston Texans defensive end JJ Watt accidentally broke a little boy's bike on Monday.

Johnson didn't practice Tuesday after he posted a photo on social media of him flexing over Sternberger who had to get checked for a concussion after his helmet came flying off from a big hit.

Twenty-six Packers didn't suit up in their 28-26 win, including Aaron Rodgers, Aaron Jones, Davante Adams and Za'Darius Smith, among many other regulars.

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