Things just went from bad to worse for Deshaun Watson. The NFL might be allowing him to practice with a team he doesn’t want to be on, but he may not have to worry about that too much longer.
On Friday, NFL and Texans insider Mark Berman dropped a bombshell when he reported that a grand jury investigation was being used “to determine if there is sufficient evidence to bring criminal charges against Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson.”
It has not been a good day for Watson after Sports Illustrated reporter Jenny Vrentas published a report detailing conversations held with two of Watson’s over a dozen accusers.
“This woman asked me what I was wearing, which honestly really pissed me off,” Ashley Solis told Sports Illustrated.
“While Lisa Friel and Jennifer Gaffney, the former prosecutors who now run the NFL’s personal-conduct investigations, needed a detailed account of her March 2020 massage appointment with Watson, Solis says their approach left her ‘worried my words were going to be used against me.’”
Attorney Tony Buzbee said Friday that 10 of the 22 women who have filed civil lawsuits against Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson have been interviewed by the NFL.
In all, 22 civil lawsuits have been filed against Watson.