J.J. Watt, Maxx Williams, Chandler Jones honor Pat Tillman in Week 10

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The Arizona Cardinals will not have tight end Maxx Williams or defensive lineman J.J. Watt on the field against the Carolina Panthers. Both are on injured reserve. Williams’ season is over with a knee injury and Watt’s season could be after a shoulder injury.

However, they are doing their part as part of the team’s Salute to Service game to honor the military. On the field, linebacker Chandler Jones is as well.

Williams is doing it from home. Watt is doing it from the sideline, while Jones will play.

All three are honoring former Cardinal Pat Tillman, who was killed in action in 2004 in Afghanistan. He enlisted as an Army Ranger after the September 11 attacks.

Jones is wearing cleats that honor Tillman.

Watt rolled into the stadium wearing Tillman’s No. 40.

Williams is doing his thing from home again. Watching the game on television, he also is donning a Pat Tillman No. 40 shirt.

It is always great to see.

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