The NFL reinstated Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Martavis Bryant on a conditional basis in April, and he has met the conditions that prevented him from practicing in training Cheap San Francisco Giants Jerseys camp. The Steelers announced in August that Bryant was allowed to participate fully in practice and was one step closer to being cleared to play in the regular season.
On Friday, he officially completed the final terms of his suspension and was cleared fully.
“So what I do want to do is, I want to start a fundraiser, because I know that these recovery efforts are going to be massive,” Watt said. “I know that there are going to be a whole bunch of people we need to help get back on their feet. I know there’s going to be a lot we need to do to help rebuild.”
Watt set up a fundraiser through YouCaring and set a goal of $200,000. Within two hours, that goal had been met, so Watt raised it to $500,000. The response was overwhelming:
Other members of the Texans organization are getting involved. Owner Bob McNair has pledged $1 million to the United Way of Greater Houston Flood Relief Fund on behalf of the team. The NFL Foundation will match the $1 million donation, as will the Patriots.
Head coach Bill O’Brien said via the team’s Twitter account that he hopes Cheap Steelers Jerseys others are spurred to action by the example the Texans are setting. And that’s not all.