Nick Caserio: We’re taking it one day at a time with Deshaun Watson

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Deshaun Watson is at Texans training camp, but little else about his future with the team became clear during General Manager Nick Caserio’s Wednesday press conference.

Caserio declined to answer a question about whether Watson’s made a trade request and said that they will “take it one day at a time” with the quarterback. He did indicate that Watson passed a conditioning test after reporting, but evaded questions about their plans for him to practice.

Caserio said he would not get into an “individual discussion” about a particular player’s workload and that “we’re going to do what we feel is best for the organization” when it comes to Watson. He also added that he does not think the Watson situation has been a distraction to the team’s preparations for the 2021 season.

Reporters at practice shared pictures of videos of Watson walking toward the practice bubble with a hoodie on. The NFL issued a statement on Tuesday saying that their investigation into civil and criminal complaints against Watson is ongoing and that there are no restrictions on his ability to practice with the team.

10 responses to “Nick Caserio: We’re taking it one day at a time with Deshaun Watson

  1. If Deshaun really wanted out of Houston he’d settle these civil suits. Otherwise no team will touch him, especially for the king’s ransom the Texans want for him.

  2. Texas better move him for whatever they can get for him. He is going to be a huge P.R. problem weather he stays or goes. It is what it is but the market for his services will really be limited until he gets his legal issues straightened out.

  3. What a sham as the league drags there feet and we all applaud him going to camp. Love the NFL of today

  4. blitzed says:

    July 28, 2021 at 11:12 am

    If Deshaun really wanted out of Houston he’d settle these civil suits. Otherwise no team will touch him, especially for the king’s ransom the Texans want for him
    —————
    Well that’s just not true. Your trying to look at 1 very small part of settling. 1st off it takes 2 to settle. 2nd there are also criminal complaints and Watson isnt going to just give in and settle which would likely entail him admitting wrong doing, if he does that then the criminal complaints become much harder to defend. It’s a complicated mine field to navigate and anyone who thinks it’s not a complicated situation to navigate are likely the same fools who would represent themselves in court.

  5. How is he allowed to do anything with his team at this point with TEN (10) CRIMINAL complaints pending?

  6. How is he allowed to do anything with his team at this point with TEN (10) CRIMINAL complaints pending?

    Innocent until proven guilty.

  7. How come Zeke had to sit out numerous games after one person accused him?

    Because Watson doesn’t play for the Cowboys.

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