PEWAUKEE -- The three Watt brothers - J.J., Derek, and T.J. - returned home to Wisconsin this weekend as they worked on a shoot for Reebok.
The Watts stopped by their former high school, and also visited various spots around the community.
On Saturday, J.J. and T.J. joined 200 volunteers in Madison to pack and deliver boxes of non-perishable food items for food panties in the area. While in Madison, they also visited patients at American Family Children's Hospital.
Wisconsin's finest, the Watt brothers, stopped in today to visit our finest – the strong kiddos currently staying in our hospital. ? pic.twitter.com/WwlcasCO91
— UW Health Kids (@uwhealthkids) July 8, 2017
Look who showed up to help us give the @GoodmanCenterWI some love! @JJWatt @_TJWatt @DerekWatt34 #DreamFearlessly https://t.co/2XtMt8y9Sf pic.twitter.com/UA38Onv85Q
— American Family (@amfam) July 8, 2017
The three brothers all followed a similar path - Pewaukee High School, the University of Wisconsin, and then onto the National Football League.
J.J. has already amassed a stunning 76 career sacks in six seasons, despite missing 13 games in 2017. Derek is a second-year fullback for the Los Angeles Chargers.
T.J. was selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first round of this year's NFL Draft.