Deshaun Watson is looking to get out of the Houston Texans and a deal with another NFL franchise would be imminent.
The situation of Houston Texans regarding his star quarterback Deshaun watson It is the longest and most complicated conflict that the NFL, and it is one that lasted throughout the 2021-22 season without much news until today.
The QB selected in the first round of the 2017 Draft since Clemson has been absent for the first six weeks of the season due to investigations against him by law enforcement and the NFL, as WAtson faces lawsuits from 22 women who report him for sexual harassment and assault.
Despite this, the decision not to put him on the roster is exclusively for Houston, since in addition to its legal conflicts, the player applied for a transfer when last season ended and you don’t want to play with the franchise anymore. Now, it looks like he could be back on the court sooner rather than later, with an AFC rival.
Deshaun Watson could move to the AFC East
No, it’s not New England Patriots. According to John McClain of Houston Chronicle, the Texans are working on an agreement to a trade that would send the 26-year-old QB to the Miami Dolphins. The deal has a chance to be completed by the end of this week, and the rush is due to the fact that November 2 is the deadline for transfers.
Watson has a no-transfer clause, which means that he would have to approve the move before it is made. Miami and Houston have been in discussions for months, but recently they have “stepped up to serious negotiations”. Tua Tagovailoa, the marshal of the dolphins, would go to the Texas franchise.
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