According to Charles Robinson, the Texans have not given up hope that they can get their disgruntled QB to stick around like the Packers did with Aaron Rodgers.
Robinson added that the team is not considering any small offers for him if they do decided to trade him.
Jay Glazer of FOX Sports said last week that the team was not returning calls from interested teams and still want Watson to be their quarterback.
Watson, who also faces 22 accusations of sexual assault and misconduct, currently returned to training camp with the team after missing several days. His relationship with general manager Nick Caserio appears to be civil as they were spotted chatting it up.
Watson requested a trade earlier in the offseason, and he still reportedly wants out of Houston.
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