There are numerous reports that Texas quarterback DeShawn Watson is currently dissatisfied, and it makes sense to look at the player’s choice.
It also makes sense to look at his choice, because frankly, there is a fire under the smoke. Although Texans tried to downplay the seriousness of this situation, the current situation is not good. Although Watson has not requested a deal, it shouldn’t be surprising if someone does.
Therefore, if Watson formally asks for a transaction, and the Texans will definitely hear the voices of the teams that may be interested, and these people have heard enough of the opportunity to call, then the Texans will definitely What can Watson do if you refuse the deal?
He can initiate a public relations campaign to make them change their minds. If Watson can certainly measure himself better than Antonio Brown two years ago and does not suffer from inflammation, then he can express his wishes in a calm and rational way, then he may get a lot of public support. Considering that the current dysfunction of the entire organization is sweeping the entire organization, even Texas fans may hear his voice instead of being particularly unhappy-given the team’s obvious bait and willingness to switch, let Watson be here. Voices from key employees during the offseason.
The Texans can continue to refuse, but if Watson wants to withdraw becomes more and more clear, the Texans will inevitably get more and more offers to compensate for his contract balance. Texans can say no, no, no, no, and Houston just needs to whisper.
If nothing happens before the offseason plan begins, Watson can leave. Although some people will say that when it comes to this, Watson will do whatever he wants in order to perform well at the start of the season, but Watson looks like a guy who doesn’t play games or is not good at threats. If he has finished the Texans game and is determined to leave, it would not be surprising if he does not participate in the offseason plan.
Good luck, with a new coach, preparing for the 2021 season without a starting quarterback.
Watson can also boycott training camps. Yes, according to the 2020 CBA, he will spend $50,000 a day. Yes, if the CBA shows up in 2020, he can also prevent the team from exempting these fines. But if Watson is willing to pay the money enough to leave Houston, it is his privilege.
If he refuses to practice the game, he will also owe the Texans a signing bonus. He has an unearned bonus of US$21.6 million, which is applicable to each of the next four years at US$5.4 million per year. Moreover, if he refuses to participate in the training camp, his future guarantee may be invalidated.
Watson can replace persistence and persist. For example, he may be injured or “injured”. He can also do the minimum, refuse to play early or stay up late or study movies or lead his teammates, or do nothing except saying “I’m just working here.”
When considering what Watson is going to do, it is important to consider what cornerback Jalen Ramsey (Jalen Ramsey) did after he decided to quit Jacksonville, because both players are composed of David Murahta ( David Mulugheta) representative. However, in Ramsey’s case, there has been trade hope this season. The rules make it almost impossible for Ramsey to leave the team and wait to be traded.
For Watson, as long as he never shows up, the withholding service may be the best option. Since Watson has ignored the team boss’s phone call (if the team boss is gone, the team boss will shrug), Watson has the opportunity to ask him to dig it out and make it clear to the Texans whether or not they buy or sell him, he will not do this this year. They play-maybe never again.
In addition, Texans can do everything they can to eliminate the harm to the relationship. In them, this is one of the natural products of giving the key to the executive vice president of football operations/interim general manager, and the company has neither business nor job.
When evaluating how Texans can or will comfort Watson, it is important to always remember that Texans are the team whose founders coined the term “we can’t let prisoners go to jail.”