BEREA, Ohio — NFL officials will meet with Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun WatsonThis week, ESPN confirmed that a source had confirmed the news.
Watson has been under investigation by the NFL to see if he had violated its code. Watson is facing 22 civil lawsuits brought by women accusing him of inappropriate sexual conduct in massage sessions. Watson has denied any wrongdoing to the Texas grand jury.
Watson, on the other hand, will be spending the weekend in the Bahamas with his teammates to bond and work out before the team's organized activities. Another source confirmed this to ESPN.
CBS Sports reported the details about the NFL meeting in New York and the Bahamas trip.
After being acquired by the Browns in a trade, Watson signed a fully guaranteed $230 million contract with them. Houston Texans.
Watson will not be joined by any other teammates on his trip to the Bahamas. However, one source indicated that it would mainly be his “offensive weapon” team.
The Browns will begin OTAs May 24, according to their website.