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Patrick Mahomes, JJ Watt both incredibly wary of Twitter ‘form police’

Patrick Mahomes, JJ Watt, Chiefs

Amidst his free agency, JJ Watt is working hard in the offseason to keep in tip-top shape. The free agent defensive end posted a video of himself hitting the gym as he gets ready for the 2021 campaign. However, he made sure to make a disclaimer to the “form police” on Twitter, admitting his form isn’t perfect just yet. Watt even had Kansas City Chiefs superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes come to his defense.

Mahomes saw Watt’s hilarious post and agreed how the “form police” lurk around Twitter dangerously.

Watt replied to Mahomes’ tweet with a sarcastic claim that a “form police” would most likely make about the Chiefs quarterback’s passing.

With the form police looming around the bird app, it was definitely very brave of JJ Watt to post his squats. On the flip side, it doesn’t seem like Mahomes is ready to expose to the public a clip of his gym routines.

With the Houston Texans releasing Watt earlier this February, multiple teams have reportedly extended an offer to the five-time Pro Bowler. Among the favorites to secure the services of the three-time Defensive Player of the Year include the Green Bay Packers, Buffalo Bills and Tennessee Titans. Likewise, the Cleveland Browns and the Las Vegas Raiders are also in the mix to land the 31-year-old.

As for Patrick Mahomes, he and the rest of the Chiefs look to re-tool in the off-season after they fell short to Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV. Nevertheless, with the 25-year-old superstar quarterback leading the way, Kansas City will always be considered in the mix as top title contenders.