Report: Dolphins opted not to acquire Deshaun Watson in trade with Texans

Almost two weeks ago it was reported that los Dolphins were very close to mortgaging their future to get Deshaun Watson. In Miami’s last chance to get hold of the Clemson product, Brian Flores thought better of the situation.

According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Dolphins declined to proceed with the Watson trade. It was added that Stephen Ross, owner of the South Florida club, said Miami has other needs to address.

With the Dolphins’ decision not to acquire Watson, Schefter added that The 26-year-old quarterback will remain on the Texans roster until the end of the season. Later, Houston will reopen the conversation to part with Deshaun.

Watson, Despite not having health problems, he has not seen activity in the first eight weeks of the championship due to the 22 sexual abuse lawsuits you face and the corresponding investigation that the NFL conducts in this regard.

Prior to the legal recourse against the still Texans player Watson asked the club’s management, headed by Nick Caserio, be transferred to decisions made by club executives ─particularly the departures of DeAndre Hopkins and JJ Watt.

High cost

Before the Dolphins got out of the race for Watson, Mike Florio of NBC Sports, revealed that given the possibility that the accusations against Watson would be settled without the need to go to court, the Texans raised the price of the pin.

It was previously reported that Houston requested three first-round draft picks by Watson, who in four contested seasons has 1,186 completions, 14,539 yards, 104 touchdowns, 36 interceptions and a 104.5 rating.


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