While there are still three NFL games left to play this season, there are plenty of storylines brewing for next season. The hottest topic amongst the rumor mill is where disgruntled Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson will play next season.
Tension between the star quarterback and Texans recently heightened due to Houston’s decision to hire Nick Caserio as General Manager against Watson’s wishes.
Watson was already frustrated at the organization, and it appears this situation could be the breaking point, according to numerous industry sources.
"[The situation between Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans] is worse than what's being reported. It's worse than what can be said on television."
— Get Up (@GetUpESPN) January 18, 2021
With that, Watson could be suiting up for a new team next season, and you best believe the Denver Broncos will be in the mix.
Our friends over at SportsBetting.com have the Broncos listed at +500 to be Watson’s next team, the fourth-highest odds amongst the field. The Jets are the leaders of the pack at +200, followed by the Miami Dolphins (+300) and Chicago Bears (+400).
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The Broncos have been in a world of suck since Peyton Manning rode off into the sunset following Super Bowl 50. The Broncos have had a diverse group of mediocre quarterbacks over the last few seasons, so the prospect of trading for someone like Watson is intriguing given his stature in the league.
Big part of it is the potential assets. Lock maybe interesting to Texans, maybe a young WR, bunch of draft picks, who knows what else. https://t.co/XCyhJzaiYv
— SportsBetting.com (@WeSportsBetting) January 18, 2021
That said, the ball is in Watson’s court as he has a full no-trade clause, so he can decide where he wants to play should he want out of Houston.
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