The last time in the current saga involving Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson came Tuesday when the 25-year-old missed practice for what was formerly an undisclosed reason.
According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, is now known as the signal-caller, who wants to be exchanged from Houston and who faces 22 charges of sexual assault and misconduct and 10 criminal charges, dealing with ankle and ankle injuries. calf, but participated in quarterback meetings.
“It’s been a big advantage for us in the room and some of the things we do, how we see it and how we see the intent of the pieces,” Texans offensive coordinator Tim Kelly of Watson said Wednesday. “He’s been great. He’s been very helpful with those players. Again, we’re doing a good job of keeping him engaged and going through some different things with him. It’s been good for these players.”
As expected, veteran Tyrod Taylor takes pictures of the first team, and Kelly added that the team will receive “quarterbacks” Davis Mills and Jeff Driskel “ready to go.”
Meanwhile, it was announced Tuesday that Watson’s field is preparing for a grand jury trial in connection with the criminal investigation of the numerous charges made against the quarterback. It is widely expected that Watson will be immediately placed on the list exempt by the commissioner if charged, and that it will likely prevent teams from swapping for his services this summer.