Report: ‘Nothing agency has materialized’ on Texans buying and selling Deshaun Watson



Whispers and rumors have been circulating since final weekend that the Houston Texans might be near buying and selling disgruntled quarterback Deshaun Watson and should have even decreased their reported asking worth of three first-round and three second-round draft picks for the 26-year-old who nonetheless faces 22 lawsuits alleging acts of sexual assault and misconduct and 10 legal complaints. 

CBS Sports activities HQ’s Josina Anderson provided an replace on the state of affairs on Thursday: 

Per Anderson, the Texans need three first-round picks and three “extra belongings,” which might be a mixture of choices and/or gamers. Like Mike Florio of Professional Soccer Discuss, Anderson linked the star signal-caller with the Miami Dolphins however added there have been “no substantive talks” between the perimeters as of coaching camp. She additionally defined there are “members within the Dolphins brass” able to make the transaction however that group proprietor Steve Ross stays unconvinced due to Watson’s authorized points. 

Anderson additionally appeared to shut the door on the Denver Broncos and/or Carolina Panthers instantly pursuing Watson, each as a result of these golf equipment are happy with their conditions and since it is unknown if Watson will in the end be made ineligible to play by way of the commissioner’s exempt listing or a suspension. The Philadelphia Eagles are one other could-be suitor seemingly ready to see if Watson will get banned or cleared of any wrongdoing. 

Briefly: “Nothing ‘firm-firm’ has materialized,” in keeping with Anderson, that means Watson is about to stay a paid unused asset because the Nov. 2 commerce deadline slowly approaches. 




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