HOUSTON -- After an event with a group of teenagers at the Houston Texans YMCA, defensive end J.J. Watt walked over for interviews. He could hardly get a few words out before a group of kids began chanting his name in a play area.
"Stop it!" Watt yelled playfully to the kids, teasing them with a wave of his hands. They didn't stop it.
"I'm still here!" Watt let them know as they continued chanting his name. Once the interview finished he made a beeline for the play area, sliding down a twisting slide with them before they had a lesson for him.
A dance lesson presumably to aid his famously uncoordinated touchdown celebrations.
"People tell me I'm terrible at the Nae Nae," he told the kids. KHOU's Matt Musil caught it on video.