Deshaun Watson appears to be set for a smooth and complete transition into Cleveland’s Dawg Pound.
With Watson scheduled to give depositions leading up to the season, per an agreement made during the trade negotiations, it appears now, that Watson will be unable to give all 22 depositions before the season opener. Therefore, making a trial between August 1 and March 1, 2023 impossible.
Yes, he just might be able to play the entire 2022-23 season. Add to that, the NFL will not impose any disciplinary actions until the outcome of the civil litigation is reached, Watson can now turn his full attention, talents and even some frustrations towards a deserved, new beginning.
After a year and a half spent in personal upheaval and career limbo, it’s great to hear this news. It might be too dramatic to call this a rise from ashes story. Let’s call it a hopeful, rise above the noise kind of story. Many fans of the Cleveland Browns and the Clemson faithful everywhere can’t wait to see Watson finally playing unencumbered, unconstrained and undaunted. It’s time to see one of ours be legendary, again.
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