Despite reports that have started to surface regarding Texans QB Deshaun Watson attempting to settle some of the civil suits that are pending against him, Texans GM Nick Cesario says there is still no more clarity surrounding the former Clemson quarterback than there has been over the past several months.
“I think there is going to be a number of things that we talk about during the offseason,” Caserio told the media. “That particular situation, I don’t think there’s any more clarity today than there was here previously, but we’re going to work through it. Ultimately, we’re going to do what we feel is best for the organization.”
According to NFL insider Benjamin Allbright, the Dolphins were “extremely close” to trading for Watson. Recently-fired head coach Brian Flores and owner Stephen Ross were reportedly both interested in bringing in the three-time Pro-Bowl signal caller, despite his more than 20 sexual assault allegations.
Allbright reports that Watson would’ve been a Dolphin if the last three or four civil suits agreed to settle.
Although, with Flores now out in Miami, it appears, at least on the surface, that the Dolphins are now committed to Tua Tagovailoa as their starting quarterback moving forward.
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