T.J. Watt broke the NFL’s cell phone rule for a stupid reason

Steelers’ defensive end T.J. Watt could find himself in hot water for a completely unnecessary reason. Watt appeared on The Dan Patrick Show on Wednesday to talk about his pursuit of the single-season sack record, when he revealed he used his cell phone in the locker room during halftime.

Everything centered on a play in the first half of Steelers vs. Ravens on January 9th when Tyler Hundley went to ground and was tagged by Watt. Initially the play was ruled a sack, before it was reversed. This gave Watt one sack in the first half, and he was unable to get a second to break the record.

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