It has become a never ending story.
Deshaun Watson has been the subject of one trade rumor after the other, with nothing substantial ever coming to fruition.
However, with the NFL trade deadline approaching, we could finally see some movement. Maybe even by the end of the week, according to John McLain of the Houston Chronicle, a guy who has been one of the most reliable sources when it comes to any news surrounding Watson over the past several months.
“The Texans and Dolphins could have a trade done by the end of the week, according to sources familiar with the negotiations.” McLain said in the Houston Chronicle. “If they’re unable to complete a trade this week, they hope to have it done by the NFL’s Nov. 2 trade deadline.”
Now there are reports that the Dolphins are working on a deal with the Washington Football Team, that would send quarterback Tua Tagovailoa to D.C. to make room for Watson.
The former Clemson quarterback asked to be traded following the 2020 season, and soon after was hit with more than 20 civil lawsuits accusing him of sexual misconduct. The accusations, along with the Texans high asking price for the embattled quarterback, have thrown a wrench into any potential deal.
With the November 2 trade deadline rapidly approaching, maybe Watson can finally get out of Houston.
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