Deshaun Watson may be new to the NFL, but he's already showing he's got plenty of heart, both on and off the field.
The rookie quarterback for the Houston Texans recently made news after helping out a group of cafeteria workers employed by the Texans organization who were greatly impacted by Hurricane Harvey's path of destruction.
Instead of banking his very first NFL paycheck, the 22-year-old Georgia native donated it to a trio of women working in the team's kitchens.
"For what y'all do for us every day and never complain, I really appreciate y'all," Watson said. "So I wanted to give my first game check to y'all to help y'all out some type of way."
In a video documenting the act of generosity, the women are seen overcome with emotion as they're presented with the checks wrapped in red ribbons.
"Thank you so much," one woman tearfully said before asking Watson for a hug.
"Anything else y'all need, I'm always here to help," Watson said.
The former Clemson University phenom is already garnering rave reviews from analysts, making a series of impressive plays in his team's near-comeback win over the Patriots last weekend.
See this touching act of generosity up top.