Deshaun Watson reports to the Cleveland Browns’ voluntary offseason programme, but Baker Mayfield does not.

Deshaun WatsonOn Tuesday, he reported for his first voluntary offseason programme with the Cleveland BrownsThey mortgaged their future by acquiring the quarterback as a trade.

Watson arrived at the Berea facility on Tuesday in snowfall to take part in the voluntary program. Watson was wearing a thick winter jacket when he arrived at the Browns' facility in Berea, Ohio on Tuesday.

Watson was initially reluctant to accept the Browns because of the cold.

Watson's move effectively ended the quarterback Baker MayfieldThe Browns want to trade for the former No. 1 overall pick, but they are having difficulty finding a market due to his $18.8million contract for next season.

A source said that Mayfield was not seen at the Berea facility on Tuesday morning. Mayfield will not be attending the offseason program. He is currently undergoing rehabilitation for his left shoulder, which was surgically repaired.

Cleveland was desperate for a great QB so traded three first-round draft picks along with three selections in march. Houston TexansWatson faces 22 civil lawsuits brought by women accusing Watson of sexual misconduct in massage therapy sessions.

Watson is also being disciplined by the NFL. The NFL is looking into whether Watson violated its personal-conduct policy.

Three-time Pro Bowl QB, he has proclaimed his innocence. He has been indicted by two grand juries in Texas for criminal offenses. Watson is still pursuing civil lawsuits, and has been giving depositions during recent weeks.

Watson was thoroughly background checked by the Browns, and Dee and Jimmy Haslam were so confident after meeting with Watson that they signed him to a guaranteed $230m contract. Watson waived his no trade clause in order to move to Cleveland.

This report was compiled by the Associated Press.


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