"Kid on the golf course just broke news to me about my own team," the All-Pro defensive end tweeted Saturday afternoon.
Watt's tweet was sent 33 minutes after NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Houston sent "a huge package of picks, including a first-rounder" to Miami for left tackle Laremy Tunsil and wide receiver Kenny Stills, pending physicals.
Watt, meanwhile, had been enjoying his day and was seemingly oblivious:
Watt won't be as relaxed once Houston's regular season opens Monday, Sept. 9, in New Orleans. The 30-year-old Pro Bowler led the team with 16.0 sacks last season and will be expected to bring just as much if not more production without Clowney along the defensive line.