Jonas Knox: “Apparently the Houston Texans have got a problem on their hands… Tony Buzbee, who represents the women filing the lawsuits against Deshaun Watson, announced on Monday that a lawsuit has been filed against the Houston Texans saying among other things that they enabled Deshaun Watson, and either ‘knew’ or should have known about his behavior, and there could be at least six more lawsuits that are coming against Deshaun Watson. This is just hours before his disciplinary hearing with the NFL. Tony Buzbee continues to have perfect timing when it comes to making these moves. Do you think it’s more likely he’s suspended for one season or indefinitely?”
LaVar Arrington: “It’s got to be indefinitely.”
Jonas: “That’s how far this has come in the past couple of months since they traded for him. I think he would be lucky as this point to get a one-year suspension. They’d be fortunate getting a one-year suspension if I’m in Deshaun Watson’s camp.”
Brady Quinn: “From a legal standpoint you would say he’s in a better situation than he was a year ago. He’s settled with 20 of the alleged victims and there are still 4-6-10 more out there? We don’t know. You’d say he’s in a ‘better’ situation, you could say he settled with half but it’s still not 20. But because we’re not sure at how many more there could be, and there’s always a chance that they could try another criminal charge in one of these. He literally could be out of football for 2+ years. It is one of the craziest things we’ve ever seen. I look around and shake my head – how could this thing have seemed as attractive to the Browns to wanna jump into this year? How could they have done their due diligence and not known there could have been more alleged victims who could bring forth lawsuits?” (Full Segment Above)
Listen to LaVar Arrington, Brady Quinn, and Jonas Knox discuss the latest developments in the Deshaun Watson saga and explain why they think Watson would be ‘lucky’ to receive only a one-year suspension from the NFL at this point.
Check out the segment above the hosts of Two Pros and a Cup of Joe detail why they can’t comprehend how the Browns could make such a reckless trade to acquire a player that had such toxic baggage, with the guys wondering if it’s the worst trade in the history of sports.