J.J. Watt's play on the field has made him one of the most popular players in the NFL. Where he separates himself from other NFL stars is with his engagement with fans in the community and on social media.

Watt's goodwill has been documented. He's bought pizza for police and firemen, surprised a couple at their wedding and proposed to a 6-year-old.

It's no surprise that Watt is becoming one of the most marketable athletes in the world.

With a track record like Watt's, it's not shocking to learn that he helped a clerk for a justice in the Texas Supreme Court inform her husband that she was pregnant.

Marcella Burke, law clerk to Justice Don Willett, met Watt in an elevator when she came up with the idea. After her pregnancy was confirmed, she made a request with Watt through the Texans. Watt agreed, and the result was a priceless photo, which Willett shared on Twitter this week:

Willett made the announcement on social media Thursday morning, a day after Watt was in Los Angeles for the ESPY's. Let's see if this will add to the almost 900,000 the Houston Texans lineman boasts on Twitter.

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