Since the end of the 2020 season of the Houston Texans earlier this month, DeShawn Watson has been the target of industry rumors, and his future in the organization is still clouded.
Dick Vermeil, the head coach who won the Super Bowl, has nothing. He told TMZ Sports on Wednesday that Watson was just a baby.
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“I think they can change diapers?” Vermeil talked about what Texans should do. “There is nowhere in his contract that he was involved in deciding who will direct or lead the organization.”
He added: “He is a great NFL football player and has always been a good boy, but I think he just opened his mouth and shut his mouth to become a better football player, leading the football team and letting the leader of the organization lead him. .”
Since Andrew Hopkins was traded to the Arizona Cardinals last year, Watson has become increasingly frustrated. Watson provided opinions on potential general manager candidates, but according to ESPN, the Texans failed to consider their joining quarterback in the process. According to reports, the Texans did not tell Watson that they had hired Nick Caserio as the team’s next general manager.
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According to “Pro Football Talk” reports, the quarterback has quietly met with teammates to request a trade.
Watson signed a four-year contract worth $156 million in early September. He will earn $10.5 million in 2021 and then $35 million in 2022. He has potential after the 2023 season.
Although Houston has a 4-12 record in 2020, Clemson’s product has proven to be one of the elite quarterbacks in the entire football world. Watson set a career high with a completion rate of 70.2. He won the NFL best 4,823 yards with 33 touchdowns and 7 interceptions.
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Watson also had 444 rushing yards and 3 points on the ground.
Dan Canova of Fox News contributed to this report.