It looks like Deshaun Watson should’ve taken the original deal from the league during negotiations.
While Judge Sue Robinson initially ruled that Watson should be suspended for six games, league commissioner Roger Goodell decided to appeal the ruling and now things may get even worse for the Browns QB.
According to a report from Pro Football Network, a full-season suspension is viewed as a “slam dunk.”
For the first time, Watson publicly expressed remorse for his actions that led to 24 civil lawsuits accusing him of sexual misconduct during massage sessions during his time with the Houston Texans.
With a cloud of uncertainty hovering over him, Deshaun Watson took his first live snaps as a member of the Cleveland Browns during Friday night’s preseason game in Jacksonville. Everything went bad for him.
He looked like a QB who hadn’t played a game in almost two years. Watson’s first completion came on the first play of Cleveland’s third possession.
That would be the final play of the night for Watson, who finished with just seven yards on 1 of 5 passing.