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Houston Texans still trying to trade Deshaun Watson

6/15/2021 8:53:15 PM
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The Houston Texans are “still open to trading” superstar quarterback Deshaun Watson in advance of the 2021 NFL season, Matt Fitzgerald of Sportsnaut reports.  This according to ESPN’s Dianna Russini via Bleacher Report.

Russini's report came after Houston general manager Nick Caserio said Monday on Sports Radio 610 via John McClain of the Houston Chronicle that the team was waiting for more information on the situation: 

“I think we’re respectful of what’s happening, respectful of the process and everybody that’s involved. The most important thing is for all of us, the coaches and players and myself included, is to focus on the things we can control. As we get more information, as we get closer to training camp, we’ll try to make the best decision for the Houston Texans, whatever that entails.”

Watson is still waiting for the legal process to play out for numerous civil suits filed against him for alleged sexual misconduct. Until all that is resolved, it’s difficult to envision a trade getting done.

However, based on the latest buzz coming out of Houston, it sounds like the Texans haven’t given up in their efforts to move the NFL’s reigning passing champion. Either teams are still negotiation with Houston, or the Texans leaked this latest information to let prospective suitors know they’re still open for business.

One team Watson reportedly wants to play for is the Denver Broncos, which is a most obvious landing spot. The fact that Aaron Rodgers continues to hold out in hopes of a trade from the Green Bay Packers complicates the Watson situation and limits his landing spots.

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