Deshaun Watson gives first National Football League check to NRG Stadium cafeteria workers

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The 22-year-old donated his first-ever game check to the three stadium workers affected by the historic storm. The Texans' training facilities are at the stadium.

The Texans captured the moment Watson handing over the game check, worth just over $27,000, to the women.

Hurricanes in Texas and Florida over the past few weeks were devastating, but the recovery efforts have brought out the best in people.

The Texans' video has been retweeted more than 4,000 times and has more than 10,000 total interactions.

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Watson's career is off to a good start.

Watson is not the only Texans player to step up to help his city out. If he keeps this up he'll be a big deal in Houston, on and off the field.

On Wednesday, the former Clemson star and current Houston Texans starting quarterback surprised three women who work for the team's cafeteria and lost everything during the destruction of Hurricane Harvey with a very special gift: His first National Football League game paycheck.