Houston-Former Houston Texans successor Andre Johnson tweeted about quarterback Deshaun Watson’s current state of dissatisfaction with the team, he said :”If I [Watson], I will be firm. “
“The Texan organization is known for wasting the profession of players,” said the former all-around professional player. “Since Jack Easterby (Jack Easterby) walked into the building, nothing good has happened to the organization/company. For some reason, people don’t seem to see what happened. Sad!!!”
Wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, who was traded by former Texans coach and general manager Bill O’Brien in March, also tweeted: “Listen when Dre speaks.”
Johnson (Johnson) is the Texan’s reception, receiving yards and touchdown franchise manager. He played in Houston from 2003 to 2014. His last season was O’Brien’s first season with the team. After Johnson retired, he became a member of the Texans’ coaching staff under the leadership of O’Brien. In August, Johnson left the Texans coaching staff, but continued to serve as the Texans’ ambassador. Johnson and Easterby overlapped with the organization for more than a year.
Easterby, Executive Vice President of Operations at Texans Football, was hired by O’Brien and the team’s chairman and CEO, Cal McNair in 2019. After McNair fired O’Brien in October, he appointed Romeo Crennel as the team’s interim head coach and gave Eastby the responsibility for the personnel department.
McNair initially stated that Eastby was not involved in hiring Nick Caesario, the next general manager of Texas, but he said he did ask Eastby to “use Nick as a leader” in the decision process. Provide feedback.
In his introductory press conference, Caserio said: “Jack and I have a very special relationship.” “It goes back many years….I have received great respect and admiration. We I will make any artificial decisions as a team, but in the end, this is the responsibility Cal instilled in me, dealing with the personnel aspects of the football business, so this is the expectation of going forward.
“Jack will play a role and we will cooperate with each other on a lot of things. But, because football decisions are involved, once this point is reached, these will ultimately be the decisions between me and the head coach, as well.”
On the day the Texans announced that they hired Caserio, several media outlets reported that Watson was not satisfied with the hiring process. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter (Adam Schefter), Watson discovered on social media that Texans intend to hire Caserio. Despite several reports of his dissatisfaction, Watson’s only reaction to the hiring of the general manager was expressed in the form of a tweet since the deletion: “Some things will never change…”
On Friday, McNair said he had contacted Watson, but did not hear from the quarterback while on vacation.