The coronavirus pandemic is a well-known one at this point.

Go outside, go to your local grocery store or try buying plane tickets. It’s all a bit different now because of the quickly spreading virus.

With it has come some economic hardship (see the stock market) and for many people, they have seen better times financially. J.J. Watt, a star defensive end for the Houston Texans — and former Wisconsin Badgers play-maker — doesn’t have to worry as much about finances.

On Sunday, it was announced through ESPN’s Adam Schefter that Watt and his wife Kealia Ohai — who got married just a few weeks ago — are donating $350,000 to the Houston Food Bank:

This is awesome. Being able to help in literally more than one million ways is better and more impactful than what words can describe.

This isn’t the first time Watt has donated money to those in need, as with Hurricane Harvey back in 2017, he donated $100,000 and helped raise more than $37 million at the time.

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Watt’s great on the field. We know this.

But off of it?

He makes even more of an impact.