JJ Watt is nearly in tears as he discusses his “emotional” week following the A-fib heart scare.

After an “emotional” week, JJ WATT was on the verge of tears in his post-game press conference.

Watt disclosed he had a heart scare due to atrial fibrillation just hours before his Arizona Cardinals played the Carolina Panthers.


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The legendary NFL player tweeted that he needed to be shocked back into rhythm because of an irregular heartbeat.

After a 26-16 victory on Sunday, Watt became emotional while discussing his son’s impending birth and health scare.

He added that he thought about not playing but received assurances from doctors that it was safe.

It has undoubtedly been a very emotional week for my family, my wife, and myself, Watt said.

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“So, I’m very happy to get a win today.

It goes without saying that I have experienced a lot of emotions, but they have taught me to value the little things even more, so it’s nice to have a win today.

“The only people who knew were people I should trust,” Watt continued.

“Therefore, I don’t care about injuries. Whatever happens if you disclose injuries, that’s football. But I was upset because I found this one to be very emotional.

Watt revealed the information about his A-fib scare after realizing it had been leaked and was about to be reported.

“Someone leaked some personal information about me, and it’s going to be reported on today,” he tweeted.

I had my heart shocked back into rhythm on Thursday after going into A-Fib on Wednesday, and I’m playing today.

Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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