Deshaun Watson’s suspension begins Aug. 30, with a return to practice Nov. 14

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Deshaun Watson‘s suspension did not begin immediately, so he is allowed to remain around the team until Aug. 30.

Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said Watson will not play again in the preseason, though the quarterback is eligible to do so.

Once the preseason ends, Watson will have to train elsewhere.

He can return to the Browns’ facility on Oct. 10 and begin practicing Nov. 14. The NFL allows for an acclimation period for all players who are suspended for health and safety reasons.

But Watson can’t play his first game until the team’s Dec. 4 game against his former team in Houston.

5 responses to “Deshaun Watson’s suspension begins Aug. 30, with a return to practice Nov. 14

  1. Andrew Berry will turn the Browns into a winning organization sooner than later. You don’t become the youngest gm in the nfl without knowing your stuff! Trust in Berry.

  2. How long before browns people realize that this guy wasn’t worth the contract or the picks? Where are cuts made when his inflated contract starts hurting the salary cap? Traded away the future for a mediocre QB hat hasn’t played a meaningful down in a long time!

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