Texans Open To Dealing Deshaun Watson
The Texans are reportedly willing to ship their quarterback Deshaun Watson to another team should the right offer come along. That offer would have to be quite substantial, but nonetheless, Houston is willing to part ways with their franchise quarterback.
Watson has continually shown he no longer wants to be in Houston. Watson would have to waive his no-trade clause, although if the right team made an offer it would be rational to assume he would do so.
Watson does have controversy surrounding him, though. The young quarterback has been accused in 22 separate lawsuits of sexual assault. If teams are not worried about these legal troubles, then Watson becomes an intriguing acquisition.
Last season, the Houston quarterback threw for nearly 5,000 yards (4,823) and paired that with 33 touchdowns. In four seasons, Watson has been to the Pro Bowl three times.