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JJ Vatt asks fans to give him a little time to think about the way he prepares his first season as a free agent.

Vatt and Houston Texans agreed to split last week. Watt spent 10 seasons with Houston, won three defensive player of the year awards and was a five-time All-Pro. Now, he decides where he is playing now but enthusiastic fans in the hope that he likes his team and Watt was forced to breathe.

He wrote, “I scroll through the door dosh like an hour before picking men in a restaurant …” he wrote.

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“You have to give me another to pick a new team and city.”

Vatt will be 32 when the 2021 season begins. Last year, he played in all 16 games for just the second time in the last five seasons. He noted five sacks, 52 tackles and one hurdle.

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The season began to boil down to disappointments. He called for the team’s performance in the defeat against the Cincinnati Bengals at the end of the 2020 season. He also apologized to Deshaun Watson for wasting his second year of prime time – a moment on camera this season.

He also resented the team’s decision to remove longtime PR boss Amy Pelick from the team and publicly denied any attempts by the Texans to rebuild.

Vatt’s departure is Houston’s latest shakeup. Dish unwatson is rumored to have requested the trade, though the organization is unwilling to go further.

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According to NFL Network, Houston saved .5 17.5 million in 2021 cash and salary cap space by freeing up votes.

Paul Lina Dedaj of Fox News contributed to this report.