Carmen MandatoThe saga in between Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans doesnt seem like it will be resolved in the near future.On ESPNs NFL Countdown on Saturday (h/t Garrett Stepien of 247Sports), Adam Schefter kept in mind Watson “is one dissatisfied camper and has no plans to be with the Houston Texans anytime soon– if ever.”Also on NFL Countdown, Chris Mortensen kept in mind a source stated “that unless [Texans CEO] Cal McNair can fire himself, Deshaun Watson is not ready to alter his mind that he does not desire anything to do with the Texans moving forward.”This week, ESPNs Sarah Barshop broke down the issues in the organization that have resulted in Watsons unhappiness.According to Barshop, the two inciting events were Houstons trade of DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals in March and the current hiring of Nick Caserio as basic manager.The Texans have yet to hire a new head coach, however McNair said the group wants Watson “in the loop and part of the procedure,” per Mark Berman of Fox 26. There has actually been no indicator Houston will even amuse trading its franchise quarterback. Watson signed a four-year, $160 million agreement extension in September that goes through the 2025 season. The three-time Pro Bowler had perhaps his best year in 2020 with an NFL-high 4,823 passing yards to choose 33 goals, just 7 interceptions and a 70.2 conclusion percentage.The Texans 4-12 record was their worst because they compiled the exact same mark in 2017, when Watson started just 6 games as a rookie prior to tearing his ACL.
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