As long as Deshaun Watson’s condition remains in the air, the Houston Texans cancel the mini-camp.
Head coach David Culley made a decision Wednesday that is not directly related to Watson’s situation. However, the ball in the next installment of the Watson saga turns Texans into a defensive lineman embroiled in the sexual misconduct controversy in an attempt to buy and sell from Houston.
According to Culley, the volunteer abolished the mandatory mini-camp after a satisfying meeting of OTAs.
“We did what we wanted to do,” Culley said.
Will Watson play in the NFL this fall?
Watson was not expected to attend the minicamp because she was the subject of a civil lawsuit with 22 massage therapists accused of various sexual offenses, including forced oral sex. Watson’s legal team acknowledged that the sexual encounters took place, but claimed they agreed.
Meanwhile, Denver security guard Kareem Jackson said Wednesday that he wanted Watson to sell him to the Broncos. Jackson played Watson in Houston and has a personal relationship with him.
What he will do after leaving office is currently unknown. If NFL doesn’t make status a priority, a criminal complaint alleging sexual misconduct may be on the committee’s release list. Watson’s willingness and status to trade with the Texan ranked second among complaints. Regardless, Texans are reluctant to draw attention to the situation by canceling the mini-camp, even if it doesn’t force the decision.
The Texans were the second team to do the same with San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan on Wednesday, telling players they wanted a break between OTA and training camp, canceling the mini-campus.
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