Channing Crowder is known for his extreme hot takes and he delivered just that after news of JJ Watt stepping away from the NFL. The Arizona Cardinals defensive end announced on Tuesday morning he would quit football after the end of the 2022 season.
The 33-year-old played the last home game of his illustrious 12-year career and things started to make sense when he walked off the field crying as he looked at the crowd. Days later, the NFL’s three-time Defensive Player of the Year made the retirement announcement on Twitter.
“Koa’s first ever NFL game,” he wrote in a post that featured a picture of himself standing on the field at State Farm Stadium with wife Kealia and holding his newborn son, Koa .
“My last ever NFL home game. My heart is filled with nothing but love and gratitude.
Crowder, the host of The Pivot podcast and former Miami Dolphins linebacker, said Watt might reconsider his retirement decision once he experiences the challenges of fatherhood. The way he explained it why people are talking.
“Then you get home and you then find out what colic is and reflux is.
“You find out about those night time, wake up for the bottle.
“You can’t pump, your wife’s pumping — now you got the baby.
“I think he might reevaluate this retirement when he gets home with their newborn.”
Crowder’s remarks made Clark work hard to stop himself from bursting out laughing.
In October, Watt revealed he had endured a major health scare earlier in the 2022 season. He revealed he had his heart shocked back into rhythm after he went into atrial fibrillation.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.