Hall of Famer
- Jul 20, 2018
((Ivy League)) explains it all.
If Watson is suspended for more than a season or has a criminal trial for a new accusation Berry will be packing his personal affects because he has pushed all in Watson.
It still amazes me that an Ivy League guy would gamble on this clown when his future is this muddled.
The Browns may end up being glad they haven't traded Baker. Watson is so damaged and only getting more damaged in spite of how badly the league and the DWFs want him to play. Of course, Mayfield may not want to play for the Browns again. But if he isn't traded and wants to collect those fat paychecks, he most likely will.
The NFL is reportedly looking to argue that Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson should receive a “significant” suspension amid 26 active lawsuits alleging sexual misconduct. The Washington Post reports the league will likely seek a one-year suspension for Watson for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy. The NFL, who has been investigating the claims of sexual misconduct during massage therapy sessions, is preparing to present its findings to Sue L. Robinson. Robinson, a former U.S. district judge, is the disciplinary officer appointed by the league and NFLPA, per the Post. https://www.outkick.com/nfl-pushing-for-significant-suspension-for-browns-qb-deshaun-watson/
Still waiting for the genius gm Andrew Berry to come under fire. His black privilege has been protecting him so far in his total mismanagement of the qb position. Everyone is blaming Haslem but Berry’s been the one who orchestrated this debacle. All Haslam does is sign the checks
So Watson gets the same suspension as Big Ben (six games, eventually reduced to four), who was never charged with a crime or sued by any alleged "victims." But nobody's gonna complain, especially those DWFs who have Watson on their fantasy teams.