Deshaun Watson eventually will stand trial in 22 different cases with 22 different juries regarding claims made by those therapists.
Last week, Watson testified in one of the pre-trial depositions that a massage ended with the therapist crying, according to Brent Schrotenboer of USA Today.
“Sorry about you feeling uncomfortable,” Watson wrote, per a screenshot previously posted by Solis’ lawyers. “Never were the intentions. Lmk if you want to work in the future. My apologies.”
When asked why he apologized, Watson claimed he didn’t know why she was crying.
“Yes, because she was teary-eyed,” Watson responded. “And I was trying to figure out what was going on. So, I assumed that she was uncomfortable in whatever reason. And we talked about working in the future. And so, I said, ‘We can work in the future. Just let me know.’ And then I sent my apologies as whatever reason she was teary-eyed for.”
As you know, Two grand juries in Texas declined to press criminal charges.
Watson is meeting with NFL officials this week to determine whether they will discipline him under the league’s personal conduct policy.