Deshaun Watson Meets New Head Coach, Still Wants A Trade

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Texans star quarterback Deshaun Watson reportedly met with newly hired head coach David Culley last Friday. Apparently it didn’t matter much because Watson still wants out.

Tough year for Houston.

This report has to be accurate since Watson tweeted this just three hours ago:

We don’t want to put words in his mouth, but the timing here is impeccable. It’s likely that Watson has no intentions of repairing this relationship and is inadvertently telling the organization they’re wasting their time holding on. Texans GM Nick Caserio has, of course, stated multiple times that he has no desire to trade his quarterback. How ’bout now?

This dumpster fire of a situation probably ends with him being traded. No way he makes it to training camp, right? Guess we’ll see.

Written by Gary Sheffield, Jr

Gary Sheffield Jr is the son of should-be MLB Hall of Famer, Gary Sheffield. He covers basketball and baseball for, chats with the Purple and Gold faithful on LakersNation, and shitposts on Twitter. You can follow him at GarySheffieldJr


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  1. if i was a coach, i would run from this guy. how do you coach a guy that thinks he is bigger than he is.

    team has no talent, but he had a record year in stats?

    is he ever gonna be happy? how about being a grown man and say something thats not a tweet.

    maybe the Redskins can trade for him and he can name the team the Watsons!! Hail to the Watsons, Hail Victory! – it works. in a twisted way it works.

  2. Mr. Watson signed a contract extension before last season. He was complaining about the team when they started 0-4 under BOB. That was the same BOB who traded away Watson’s favorite target for a 2nd round, a one-legged running back, and a 1 down linebacker.

    Watson was pissed when BOB got punnked. If that’s the loyalty he’s referring, I’m confused.

    Watson is a 25 year old professional athlete who doesn’t own a single share of the team he’s contracted to play. Texans should just let him sit at home not earning a penny for a few years as they don’t have to pay him if he doesn’t show up.

  3. ABSOLUTELY blown away by comments above / negative overall response to and about the guy. The organization internally is a dumpster fire, promised him input then broke that promise, has fired most of the important jobs, and has pastor dude with no football experience pulling the strings. DW has been a loyal soldier and total team guy up until this. Listen to JJ Watt or Hopkins, see what they have to say about both the organization and DW as a player, man, and teammate. I’m a “management” guy myself, but these guys are a bunch of turds that seeded and now are followed by an incredible shit storm.

    • My only counter point is that the Texans were a dumpster fire when he signed his mega deal. What changed? Same owners, same management, only thing that changed was the coach. There may have been conversations, but were those “promises” made a part of the written contract? If not then too fucking bad that’s on Watson and his lazy agent for not making any such oral promises a part of the contract. Parol evidence rule, Contracts 101. If Watson was a real leader he would try to make the team better not pout his way to an equally bad or worse situation. Does he think he will end of with a really good team with this maneuver? Hint, it won’t happen because all of those really good teams have above-average QB’s and don’t need to break the bank for a malcontent.

  4. I would be scared of signing this dude. The “loyalty first” hypocrisy notwithstanding, I don’t want players on team that are “me first.” This clown got to witness up front and personal the epitome of a teammate in JJ Watt. And please, for the love of Pete, don’t bring up that one is black and one is white. It is about their ACTIONS not their color.

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