Warren Sapp might be the last guy who should be speaking on Deshaun Watson, but he took a stab at it anyway.
The Tampa Bay Bucs legend recently sat down with VladTV and the subject of Deshaun Watson was brought up after a New York Times article stated he saw 66 women over a 17-month period.
Sapp couldn’t believe that Watson had come to a point where he had to go out-of-state to find women to massage him. He was also incredibly shocked about a report that stated the Browns QB was begging a masseuse to massage his rectum.
Sapp also spoke out about the Browns not only trading for Watson, but giving him a $230 million fully guaranteed contract.
In the meantime, the NFL Player’s Association reportedly has a plan to defend Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson if and when the NFL decides to punish him following the ever-growing sexual assault civil lawsuits against Watson.
It was reported by PFT that the NFLPA will argue about how the NFL treated three team owners following their own off-field scandals. Those owners, according to Florio’s source, are the Washington Commanders’ Daniel Snyder, the New England Patriots’ Robert Kraft and the Dallas Cowboys’ Jerry Jones.
The NFL investigated Snyder for workplace misconduct allegations, while Kraft was charged with solicitation in 2019 as part of a larger prostitution ring bust. Jerry Jones reportedly paid $2.4 million total to the four Cowboys cheerleaders who accused senior team executive Richard Dalrymple of filming them in the women’s locker room.
Watson maintained his innocence as recently as Tuesday when he told reporters he “never assaulted, disrespected or harassed anyone” despite the 20+ civil sexual misconduct cases against him.
As for Sapp, he’s had his own legal troubles involving sexual misconduct. In 2010, he was arrested in Florida on chargers of battery. And in 2015, he was again arrested, this time in Phoenix for soliciting a prostitute and assault just hours after the Super Bowl. Charges were eventually dismissed in both cases.
However, that didn’t stop Twitter from scolding Sapp for voicing his opinion on a topic that he’s probably better off leaving alone: