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T. J. Watt was born on 11 October, 1994 in Pewaukee, Wisconsin, United States, is an American football outside linebacker. Discover T. J. Watt’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 28 years old?

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Age 28 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 11 October 1994
Birthday 11 October
Birthplace Pewaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Nationality United States

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On March 17, 2020, the Steelers signed Watt’s older brother Derek, putting the two brothers on the same team. On April 28, 2020, the Steelers exercised the fifth-year option on Watt’s contract.


The Pittsburgh Steelers finished atop the AFC North with a 13-3 record and earned a playoff berth. On January 14, 2018, Watt started his first career playoff game and recorded two combined tackles and deflected a pass in the 45-42 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in the AFC Divisional Round.

Watt started in the Pittsburgh Steelers’ season-opener at the Cleveland Browns and recorded a season-high ten combined tackles (seven solo), three sacks, and blocked a potential game-winning field goal during overtime in a 21-21 tie. He earned AFC Defensive Player of the Week for his performance. On October 7, 2018, Watt recorded eight combined tackles, tied his season-high of three sacks, and forced a fumble in the Steelers’ 41-17 win against the Atlanta Falcons. His performance earned him his second AFC Defensive Player of the Week award of the year. He started in all 16 games in 2018 and recorded 68 combined tackles (50 solo), 13 sacks, six forced fumbles, and three pass deflections. He received an overall grade of 75.8 from Pro Football Focus in 2018, which ranked as the 24th highest grade among all qualifying edge defenders.


The Pittsburgh Steelers selected Watt in the first round (30th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft. Watt was the fourth linebacker selected and the second outside linebacker. He was also the fourth linebacker taken in the first round by the Pittsburgh Steelers since 2013.

On June 14, 2017, the Pittsburgh Steelers signed Watt to a fully guaranteed, four-year, $9.25 million contract with a signing bonus of $4.87 million.

Watt made his professional regular season debut and first career start in the Pittsburgh Steelers’ season-opener against the Cleveland Browns on September 10, 2017, where he recorded seven combined tackles, two sacks, and one interception, which came off of quarterback DeShone Kizer, as the Steelers won by a score of 21–18. He recorded his first career sack, tackle, and interception during the game and returned the interception for 17-yards. He became the first rookie to start at linebacker for the Pittsburgh Steelers since Aaron Jones in 1988. The following week, he assisted on two tackles before leaving during the first half of the Steelers’ 26–9 victory over the Minnesota Vikings with a groin injury. He was declared out for Week 3. On October 22, 2017, Watt made six combined tackles and made his fourth sack of the season on Cincinnati Bengals’ quarterback Andy Dalton during the Steelers’ 29–14 victory. He tied Bud Dupree (2014) and LaMarr Woodley (2007) for the franchise record for most sacks by a rookie with his fourth. Watt finished his rookie season with 54 combined tackles (40 solo), seven pass deflections, seven sacks, and an interception in 15 games and 15 starts.


During the 2016 season, Watt recorded 59 total tackles and 11.5 sacks. Additionally, he recorded an interception and a defensive touchdown during the Badgers’ game against Purdue. Watt also received first team All-American honors by Sports Illustrated and second team honors by The Associated Press for his play during the 2016 season. On November 29, 2016, Watt was named First Team All-Big Ten. On January 3, 2017, Watt announced on Twitter that he would forgo his senior season and enter the 2017 NFL Draft.

Watt was raised by his parents, Connie and John Watt, in Pewaukee, Wisconsin. His father was a firefighter for 25 years and his mother is the vice president of an independent inspections company. His two older brothers, J.J. and Derek, both played at Wisconsin and are both currently playing in the NFL. Derek is a fullback for the Pittsburgh Steelers and was selected in the sixth round (198th overall) in the 2016 NFL Draft. J.J. is a five-time Pro Bowl defensive end for the Houston Texans and was selected in the first round (11th overall) in the 2011 NFL Draft. T.J. was teammates with Derek at Wisconsin from 2012-2015. Also during his time at Wisconsin, Watt majored in retailing and consumer behavior.


In July 2015, Watt was asked by head coach Paul Chryst to switch to a defensive position as a redshirt sophomore. Badgers’ outside linebackers coach Tim Tibesar recalled Watt’s position change saying, “At that time, even though he was in his third fall at Wisconsin, it was kind of like having a freshman come in. You’re trying to teach him for the first time how to play outside ‘backer in our system.” After the fourth game of his junior season, he led the Big Ten conference in sacks. In the Michigan State game, he was named the Big Ten Player of the Week and was given the Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week Award.


Watt started his collegiate career as a tight end recruit for the Wisconsin Badgers. Watt’s knee was injured in the 2014 season and he was in the recovery process until the middle of the 2015 season. He did not play a game from October 2012 to September 2015.


He entered training camp competing with James Harrison for the starting right outside linebacker position. Watt was named the Pittsburgh Steelers’ starting right outside linebacker to begin the regular season. Watt saw action in the NFL for the first time in the team’s first preseason game against the New York Giants, where he made two sacks in the 20–12 victory.

In week 2 against the Seattle Seahawks, Watt recorded 6 tackles and made his first sack of the season on Russell Wilson in the 26–28 loss. In week 3 against the San Francisco 49ers, Watt recorded his first interception of the season off Jimmy Garoppolo in the 24–20 loss. In week 4 against the Cincinnati Bengals, Watt sacked Andy Dalton 1.5 times in the 27–3 win. In week 5 against the Baltimore Ravens, Watt sacked Lamar Jackson once in the 26–23 loss. In week 8 against the Miami Dolphins, Watt recorded two sacks on Ryan Fitzpatrick, one of which was a strip sack that he forced and recovered, in the 27–14 win. In the following week’s game against the Indianapolis Colts, Watt recorded 1.5 sacks on Brian Hoyer in the 26–24 win. In week 10 against the Los Angeles Rams, Watt recorded 2 sacks on Jared Goff and also forced a fumble in the 17–12 win. In week 11 against the Cleveland Browns on Thursday Night Football, Watt sacked Baker Mayfield once in the 21–7 loss. During weeks 12 and 13 against the Bengals and Browns respectively, Watt recorded one sack in each game. On December 5, Watt was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Month for his play in November. In week 14 against the Arizona Cardinals, Watt recorded his second interception of the season in the endzone off a pass thrown by Kyler Murray during the 23–17 win. In week 15 against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday Night Football, Watt recorded half a sack on quarterback Josh Allen and forced a fumble on running back Devin Singletary which was recovered by teammate Mike Hilton during the 17–10 loss. In week 16 against the New York Jets, Watt recorded a strip sack on Sam Darnold which was recovered by himself during the 16–10 loss. In week 17 against the Baltimore Ravens, Watt recorded half a sack on Robert Griffin III and forced a fumble on running back Gus Edwards which was recovered by teammate Joe Haden during the 28–10 loss.


By the end of his third season, Watt had established himself as one of the best pass-rushers in the NFL, tallying a team-high 14.5 sacks and a league-high 8 forced fumbles. He was voted Team MVP by his teammates, being the first defensive player to win the award since Troy Polamalu in 2010. Watt was voted All-Pro as both edge rusher (1st Team) and linebacker (2nd Team). He was also nominated for the NFL Defensive Player of the Year award, finishing third in voting.


Trent Jordan “T. J.” Watt (born October 11, 1994) is an American football outside linebacker for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at the University of Wisconsin, and was drafted by the Steelers in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft. His older brothers are J. J. Watt of the Houston Texans and Steelers teammate Derek Watt.


Watt received an invitation to the NFL Combine as one of the top edge rushers in the draft and completed all the combine drills. Among linebackers, Watt finished second in the vertical jump and three-cone drill, tied for first in the broad jump (with Jabrill Peppers), and also tied for first in the short shuttle. He attended Wisconsin’s pro day, along with Dare Ogunbowale, Vince Biegel, Corey Clement, Sojourn Shelton, and six other teammates. Green Bay Packers’ General Manager Ted Thompson and Pittsburgh Steelers’ head coach Mike Tomlin were among the 65 team representatives and scouts present for his pro day as Pittsburgh Steelers’ linebacker’s coach Joey Porter, Carolina Panthers’ and New York Jets’ outside linebackers coach Kevin Greene led Watt’s positional drills. The majority of NFL draft experts and analysts projected Watt to be a late first round or second round pick . He was ranked the second best outside linebacker in the draft by, ranked the fourth best outside linebacker by NFL analyst Bucky Brooks, and was ranked the ninth best edge rusher by Sports Illustrated. ESPN also ranked Watt the 44th best prospect available in the draft.