"At this time, the priority of our organization is getting our players, coaches and staff back home to be reunited with their families, many of whom have been evacuated from their homes and are now sheltered", the team said.
The Cowboys made all tickets to the game available for $25 on Tuesday night, with all of those proceeds going to hurricane relief efforts. Otherwise, that money will still go toward storm relief.
"No", Watt said Tuesday. "So we need to make sure that we're thinking about these victims and the city of Houston before anything else". "Everybody here is obviously most concerned about their families, their friends, the city of Houston back home".
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"When it became available to us, we've got so many guys on the team that are distracted by all the events and the circumstances that it became increasingly more hard from our perspective to go out and try to play a football game", Smith said. The The Texans Cowboys, and NFL Foundations all pledged $1 million to the United Way of Greater Houston. The decision to cancel the game altogether was announced Wednesday. "There are no guarantees in football - that's not what I'm here to say".
The Texans had been in the Dallas area after arriving from a game in New Orleans last Saturday night.
"I think it's the right decision", Watt said. "Right now, I'm excited that they can get home". We want to get home, been on the road and all that but it is what it is. As of Wednesday afternoon, the fund had raised more than $6 million.
"We've upped the goal to $10 million because everything is bigger in Texas", he said. The Jets will donate $1 million to the American Red Cross and Tennessee Titans controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk donated $1 million to Watt's fundraising campaign.