Deshaun Watson would accept an eight-game suspension and $5 million fine to avoid missing the entire season. Check out this article.

Deshaun Watson : Trade | Suspended | Preseason

Derrick Deshaun Watson (born September 14, 1995) is an American football quarterback for the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League (NFL).

Deshaun Watson : Trade | Suspended | Preseason

Personal information
Born: September 14, 1995 (age 26)      
Gainesville, Georgia
Height: 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight: 215 lb (98 kg)
Career information
High school: Gainesville
College: Clemson (2014–2016)
NFL Draft: 2017 / Round: 1 / Pick: 12

He played college football at Clemson, where he led the team to a national championship in 2016. Watson was selected in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft by the Houston Texans.

After having a productive rookie season cut short by injury, Watson guided the Texans to consecutive division titles in 2018 and 2019 and led the league in passing yards in 2020.

He also received Pro Bowl honors in each of his three seasons as Houston’s primary starter.

He has the highest career completion percentage of all time (minimum 1,500 attempts), and is second in all-time career passer rating.

Deshaun Watson Trade

The Cleveland Browns would consider trading for Jimmy Garoppolo if Deshaun Watson’s suspension is extended beyond its initial six games, according to reports.

Insider Mary Kay Cabot of reports the Browns have a plan outside their current backup Jacoby Brissett, and it involves bringing the San Francisco 49ers backup to the Browns.

Deshaun Watson : Trade | Suspended | Preseason

Last week, the NFL took umbrage with the recommendation handed down by independent disciplinary officer Sue L. Robinson, after Watson was investigated for the alleged sexual assault of two dozen women. 

Numerous reports suggest the league are looking for an extended suspension. If that were the case, Brissett would assume the starter position in Cleveland. 

The former Patriot, Colt and Dolphin was signed one week to the day after Watson’s trade from Houston to the Dawg Pound. 

Garoppolo, though, would be an immediate upgrade on Brissett, despite his current standing in the market. 


The NFL world awaits a decision on Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson’s status for the 2022 season, as the league appealed the six-game suspension that disciplinary officer Sue L. Robinson handed down due to allegations of sexual misconduct.

The general consensus is that the NFL will counter with a more severe punishment, but there’s reportedly a happy middle that could possibly satisfy both sides.

Deshaun Watson : Trade | Suspended | Preseason

According to The Associated Press, Watson would accept an eight-game suspension and a $5 million fine.

This could come in the form of a settlement, but the thought is that the NFL will come down much harder on Watson. The league reportedly argued for Robinson to deliver an indefinite suspension initially.

In the appeal process, however, it is not Robinson who will make the final decision, but former New Jersey Attorney General Peter C. Harvey — who was appointed by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

Once again, the NFL will be seeking an indefinite suspension of at least one year, plus a fine, according to CBS Sports NFL Insider Jonathan Jones.

Deshaun Watson Preseason 

With a cloud of uncertainty hovering over him, Deshaun Watson took his first live snaps as a member of the Cleveland Browns during Friday night’s preseason game in Jacksonville. 

Watson is still awaiting NFL designee Peter C. Harvey’s decision on whether or not to increase disciplinary officer Sue L. Robinson’s six-game suspension for violating the league’s personal conduct policy.

For the first time, Watson publicly expressed remorse for his actions that led to 24 civil lawsuits accusing him of sexual misconduct during massage sessions during his time with the Houston Texans. 

As expected, Watson looked like someone who was playing in his first game in 568 days. He overthrew an open Anthony Schwartz on a play-action rollout on the game’s first play.

Watson’s second pass (on the very next play) was better but was dropped by Schwartz, setting up a third-and-10. Bigger than the drop, the Browns lost starting center Nick Harris to an injury. 

By Rishabh

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