Broncos interested in Texans’ Deshaun Watson

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Denver Broncos are interested in Deshaun Watson, according to NFL Insider Troy Renck. But would the Houston Texans play “Let’s make a deal?”

Watson is disgruntled being a member of the Texans organization. He wants out; however, the Texans have said publicly that they will not deal him to another team.

Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson walks into NRG Stadium before their 2020 regular-season finale with the Tennessee Titans
Deshaun Watson walks into NRG Stadium before their 2020 regular-season finale with the Tennessee Titans (Photo by Deshaun Watson/Instagram)

Several players in sports have been unhappy with their situations. Then, later, they were traded.

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Many of those instances happened in the NBA with Anthony Davis and James Harden. It could happen with the NFL too as players are showing that they have more power over their situations than in years past.

The Broncos currently have 24-year-old Drew Lock as their starting quarterback. Yet, in the past two seasons, he has not proven enough to be the team’s franchise quarterback moving forward.

He had an average season this season through 13 games. He had 2,933 yards with 16 touchdown passes and 15 interceptions.

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In his career through 18 games, he has thrown for 3,953 yards. Lock has also thrown 23 touchdown passes and 18 interceptions.

This news comes after Watson was spotted with several Miami Dolphins players. He has been linked to the Dolphins as well.

Watson is not happy with Texans owner Cal McNair. He wanted to be involved in the team’s GM and head coaching decisions.

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Also, for some reason, he does not like former interim GM Jack Easterby.

Whoever acquired Watson, it’s going to cost them a lot. In return, they’re getting an established franchise quarterback, who could play for the team for the next decade.

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