Report: ‘No one believes’ Watson will be traded

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, ‘no one believes’ the Houston Texans will trade Deshaun Watson. The team’s franchise quarterback is disgruntled with the team.

There was a report on Thursday that said that Watson met with the team’s new head coach David Culley. Despite the meeting, he still wants to move on.

Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson attempts to throw a pass against the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving Day
Deshaun Watson attempts to throw a pass against the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving Day (Photo by Deshaun Watson/Instagram)

Rapoport is reporting that he has “knee-deep” contacts in the situation.

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If Watson does get moved, almost every team in need of a quarterback will come knocking. He’s a franchise player, who will be with the team for at least the next decade.

Rapoport believes that this situation could draw on for a “very, very long time.” Each side appears to be dug in as they do not appear to be bugging on their stance.

The 25-year-old Watson has not been pleased that he has not had a say with the team’s GM or head coaching openings. He felt like he should have had some input in those decisions.

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Also, Watson had a problem with former Texans interim GM Jack Easterby. He took over as the interim GM in October when the Texans fired former head coach and GM Bill O’Brien.

This saga with Watson has been going on for several weeks since the season ended. And it does not appear like it’ll be ending anytime soon.

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