Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson is reportedly set to indicate up for coaching camp Sunday regardless of the a number of sexual misconduct lawsuits towards him.
Watson will keep away from the $50,000 per day fantastic gamers receiving by skipping out on coaching camp, based on ESPN. The veteran NFL quarterback reportedly nonetheless desires a commerce out of Houston.
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Watson has been comparatively quiet because the allegations surfaced. In March, the Texans star denied the primary allegation.
“On account of a social media put up by a publicity-seeking plaintiff’s lawyer, I not too long ago grew to become conscious of a lawsuit that has apparently been filed towards me. I’ve not but seen the criticism, however I do know this: I’ve by no means handled any girl with something aside from the utmost respect,” he stated in a press release.
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“The plaintiff’s lawyer claims that this isn’t about cash, however earlier than submitting swimsuit he made a baseless six-figure settlement demand, which I rapidly rejected. Not like him, this isn’t about cash for me – it’s about clearing my identify, and I stay up for doing that.”
He posted a video of himself in Could doing on-field drills.
Watson has maintained his innocence.
The NFL has been investigating the claims since March.
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Watson could also be placed on the NFL Commissioner’s Exempt Checklist earlier than Week 1. He has reportedly been adamant about being traded however the staff has but to satisfy the request.