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Following his suspension for violating the NFL‘s personal conduct rules, Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson will be eligible to participate in games as early as Monday, according to a league official.

After several sexual misconduct claims against him, Watson, formerly of the Houston Texans, was suspended without pay for 11 games, fined $5 million, and ordered to undergo treatment.

 Approximately two dozen women have accused Watson of sexual harassment and coercion during massage therapy sessions while he was with the Texans. Deshaun Watson vehemently denied any misconduct.

Watson was reinstated nearly two years after his last regular-season game with the Texans in early January 2021. 

 Deshaun Watson will be able to play against his former team in Houston

Deshaun Watson, the quarterback for the Browns, is eligible for re-signing NFL says on Monday

Also read: Five audacious NFL Week 12 picks: Sam Darnold shocks the Broncos; Colts thrash Steelers on ‘MNF’

He was traded to the Browns last spring, and after meeting the requirements of the deal he and the NFL reached in August, league spokesman Brian McCarthy says he is likely to make his scheduled comeback. On December 4, Deshaun Watson can play against his former team in Houston.

McCarthy confirmed that Watson began practicing again two weeks ago, on Nov. 14, and that he was allowed to utilize the Browns’ team facility in a “limited” capacity beginning last month.

“Watson returned to the team facility on a restricted basis on October 10 and was allowed to practise on November 14. Today is the last game of his ban “McCarthy explained. “Watson has thus far complied with the requirements outlined in the August agreement, including evaluation by an NFL-[NFL Players Association] jointly appointed clinical professional and participation in a treatment programme devised by behavioural experts, and is expected to continue to do so following his return to the football field,” the NFL said.

Deshaun Watson had recently paid 23 of 24 complaints filed by women alleging sexual harassment 

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Deshaun Watson had recently paid 23 of 24 complaints filed by women alleging sexual harassment and assault during massage treatment sessions between 2020 and 2021 when he was moved from the Texans to the Browns. The Texans also came to an agreement with 30 women.

Watson has denied all wrongdoing, but in a television interview over the summer, he apologized publicly to “the people I have impacted” in response to independent arbitrator Sue L. Robinson’s claim that the athlete had shown no remorse for his alleged acts.

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“Look, I want to express my heartfelt apologies to all of the women I’ve harmed in this scenario,” Watson stated in the interview. “I would like to take back the decisions I made in my life that placed me in this position, but I want to continue to move forward and grow and learn and prove that I am a true person of character, and I am going to keep moving forward.”

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After being moved, Watson signed a new five-year, $230 million contract with the Browns.

Following his suspension for violating the NFL‘s personal conduct rules, Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson will be eligible to participate in games as early as Monday, according to a league official.

After several sexual misconduct claims against him, Watson, formerly of the Houston Texans, was suspended without pay for 11 games, fined $5 million, and ordered to undergo treatment.

 Approximately two dozen women have accused Watson of sexual harassment and coercion during massage therapy sessions while he was with the Texans. Deshaun Watson vehemently denied any misconduct.

Watson was reinstated nearly two years after his last regular-season game with the Texans in early January 2021. 

 Deshaun Watson will be able to play against his former team in Houston

Deshaun Watson, the quarterback for the Browns, is eligible for re-signing NFL says on Monday

Also read: Five audacious NFL Week 12 picks: Sam Darnold shocks the Broncos; Colts thrash Steelers on ‘MNF’

He was traded to the Browns last spring, and after meeting the requirements of the deal he and the NFL reached in August, league spokesman Brian McCarthy says he is likely to make his scheduled comeback. On December 4, Deshaun Watson can play against his former team in Houston.

McCarthy confirmed that Watson began practicing again two weeks ago, on Nov. 14, and that he was allowed to utilize the Browns’ team facility in a “limited” capacity beginning last month.

“Watson returned to the team facility on a restricted basis on October 10 and was allowed to practise on November 14. Today is the last game of his ban “McCarthy explained. “Watson has thus far complied with the requirements outlined in the August agreement, including evaluation by an NFL-[NFL Players Association] jointly appointed clinical professional and participation in a treatment programme devised by behavioural experts, and is expected to continue to do so following his return to the football field,” the NFL said.

Deshaun Watson had recently paid 23 of 24 complaints filed by women alleging sexual harassment 

Deshaun Watson had recently paid 23 of 24 complaints filed by women alleging sexual harassment and assault during massage treatment sessions between 2020 and 2021 when he was moved from the Texans to the Browns. The Texans also came to an agreement with 30 women.

Watson has denied all wrongdoing, but in a television interview over the summer, he apologized publicly to “the people I have impacted” in response to independent arbitrator Sue L. Robinson’s claim that the athlete had shown no remorse for his alleged acts.

“Look, I want to express my heartfelt apologies to all of the women I’ve harmed in this scenario,” Watson stated in the interview. “I would like to take back the decisions I made in my life that placed me in this position, but I want to continue to move forward and grow and learn and prove that I am a true person of character, and I am going to keep moving forward.”

After being moved, Watson signed a new five-year, $230 million contract with the Browns.

Following his suspension for violating the NFL‘s personal conduct rules, Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson will be eligible to participate in games as early as Monday, according to a league official.

After several sexual misconduct claims against him, Watson, formerly of the Houston Texans, was suspended without pay for 11 games, fined $5 million, and ordered to undergo treatment.

 Approximately two dozen women have accused Watson of sexual harassment and coercion during massage therapy sessions while he was with the Texans. Deshaun Watson vehemently denied any misconduct.

Watson was reinstated nearly two years after his last regular-season game with the Texans in early January 2021. 

 Deshaun Watson will be able to play against his former team in Houston

Deshaun Watson, the quarterback for the Browns, is eligible for re-signing NFL says on Monday

Also read: Five audacious NFL Week 12 picks: Sam Darnold shocks the Broncos; Colts thrash Steelers on ‘MNF’

He was traded to the Browns last spring, and after meeting the requirements of the deal he and the NFL reached in August, league spokesman Brian McCarthy says he is likely to make his scheduled comeback. On December 4, Deshaun Watson can play against his former team in Houston.

McCarthy confirmed that Watson began practicing again two weeks ago, on Nov. 14, and that he was allowed to utilize the Browns’ team facility in a “limited” capacity beginning last month.

“Watson returned to the team facility on a restricted basis on October 10 and was allowed to practise on November 14. Today is the last game of his ban “McCarthy explained. “Watson has thus far complied with the requirements outlined in the August agreement, including evaluation by an NFL-[NFL Players Association] jointly appointed clinical professional and participation in a treatment programme devised by behavioural experts, and is expected to continue to do so following his return to the football field,” the NFL said.

Deshaun Watson had recently paid 23 of 24 complaints filed by women alleging sexual harassment 

Deshaun Watson had recently paid 23 of 24 complaints filed by women alleging sexual harassment and assault during massage treatment sessions between 2020 and 2021 when he was moved from the Texans to the Browns. The Texans also came to an agreement with 30 women.

Watson has denied all wrongdoing, but in a television interview over the summer, he apologized publicly to “the people I have impacted” in response to independent arbitrator Sue L. Robinson’s claim that the athlete had shown no remorse for his alleged acts.

“Look, I want to express my heartfelt apologies to all of the women I’ve harmed in this scenario,” Watson stated in the interview. “I would like to take back the decisions I made in my life that placed me in this position, but I want to continue to move forward and grow and learn and prove that I am a true person of character, and I am going to keep moving forward.”

After being moved, Watson signed a new five-year, $230 million contract with the Browns.

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