You can’t expect every member and person in the Cleveland area to be excited about Deshaun Watson being a member of the local professional football team and those people are making their voiced heard about how upset they are.
Cleveland fans who are completely upset about Watson being traded to the Browns have been disgusted ever since the deal went down with the Houston Texans. Somebody hung a ‘F*ck Watson’ banner on a Cleveland overpass over a busy highway and also took a shot at the owner as well.
Now, it’s the head coaches turn to feel the wrath.
An unknown protestor hung a large banner outside Kevin Stefanski’s home that reads ’22 women did not lie.’
“The Browns organization did not reach out to me,” attorney Tony Buzbee told ESPN. “I didn’t expect them to do so, and can understand why they didn’t. But, knowing what I know, they probably should have.”
A grand jury in Texas chose not to indict Watson on criminal charges earlier this month but he still faces 22 civil lawsuits as well as the looming possibility of a suspension from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell under the Personal Conduct Policy.
The three-time Pro Bowl quarterback has not really answered media questions about the allegations, speaking briefly after the decision not to indict. He sat out all last season but was paid by the Texans.