J.J. Watt to deliver pizzas again to help his foundation

Money raised will be used to help kids play sports

By Frank Espinoza - News Producer

HOUSTON - One of the biggest names in Houston, J.J. Watt, is using that notoriety to give back to the community and he's now teaming up with Papa John's.

Watt, who used to deliver pizza while transitioning from Central Michigan to Wisconsin University, will deliver pizzas again.

As part of a new partnership, every Tuesday during the 2014-2015 Houston Texans football season, Papa John's of Houston will donate 10 percent of all Tuesday sales to the J.J. Watt Foundation.

There is also a special J.J. Watt box that your pizza will be delivered in.

Watt will make surprise pizza deliveries to customers throughout the football season and every Tuesday, one customer will win a pizza party delivered by Watt for 10 people.

The money raised will be used to help kids in Wisconsin and Houston, to make sure they get to play after-school athletics.

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