We’re going to tell what the latest Texans Watson news actually is. This rookie quarterback was drafted in the first round of the NFL in 2017. He quickly established himself as the best young passer in the league. After the season, he requested a trade and the Texans declined, but they eventually relented after a grand jury decision cleared the way for a deal.
The Texans released a statement after one woman filed a lawsuit accusing Watson of inappropriate behavior. A massage therapist accused Watson of touching her penis during an unprotected masseuse session. The Texans said they did not see the lawsuit, but a judge later said the plaintiffs should be identified. In the meantime, the two women continue their lawsuits. During that time, the Texans released a statement that said the alleged inappropriate behavior is “not part of the NFL’s culture.”
Lovie Smith, Texans coach, acknowledged that Watson’s legal matter is still unresolved but remains hopeful that the quarterback will be resolved in the near future. He understands the frustration felt by Texans fans who wanted to trade Watson for a young player. In this case, however, the Texans are just one of the franchises in the AFC South. He and his teammates are committed to high performance and success, regardless of the circumstances.
Despite the negative press surrounding the deal, the Texans have made it clear that the move to Cleveland was for the right reasons. The Texans have received Watson and three Browns’ first-round draft picks in exchange for Watson. They also acquired a third-round selection and a 2022 fourth rounder. And Watson will face his former team in 2022. This is a good opportunity for the Texans to build their franchise, but it is also a gamble that could backfire.
The Houston Texans have already turned down Watson’s trade request, but they are still evaluating the situation. Watson didn’t speak to Caserio or Easterby until he returned from his Mexico vacation. While the Texans have made an offer to Watson, the team has yet to make a final decision.
While the Texans try to decide if Watson will stay in Houston, a Philadelphia Eagles investigator flew to Houston to investigate. Watson will not be playing in Philadelphia next season as the Philadelphia Eagles have publicly committed Jalen Hurts. Meanwhile, the NFL is investigating the allegations and may suspend the quarterback next season. While the Texans are still trying to make a decision on Watson’s future, they need more information to determine whether the NFL is right for them.
If the NFL is indeed looking into the matter, it’s possible that the player will face discipline. After receiving complaints from 22 women, the NFL is currently investigating Watson’s conduct. A suspension may be imposed, but it is unlikely to affect Watson’s ability to play for the Texans next season. And as long as no criminal charges are filed, there is no guarantee that a player will avoid punishment for his actions.