Deshaun Watson Broncos DB Kareem Jackson says wants to end

Deshaun Watson Broncos DB Kareem Jackson says  wants to end

Deshaun Watson Broncos DB Kareem Jackson says wants to end

Texans cancel minicamp, delay next chapter of Deshaun Watson saga Thu, 10 Jun 2021 00:00:00 -0700-Broncos defensive back Kareem Jackson, who spent nine seasons in Houston, recently said on the.


Broncos DB Kareem Jackson says Deshaun Watson wants to end up in Denver

Despite the uncertainty surrounding the QB's legal future — which could include NFL punishment — several former teammates and other players around the league have recruited Watson in hopes a trade might go down before the 2021 NFL season.

One of Watson's former teammates, Kareem Jackson, who played nine years in Houston before spending the past two in Denver, said on the “Catchin' Fades with Aqib Talib” podcast the QB told him that he wants to join the Broncos.

“I got a great relationship with Deshaun. I've been talking to him the last couple weeks,” Jackson said. “All he's been telling me is, look, Jack, just tell them that's where I want to be. He's like, that's where I want to be. He's like, I want to be in Denver. And during the time where I was going through my little free agency thing, I ended up signing back here, before I signed, he called and he was like, man, are you going to sign? I was like, I don't know, I'm not sure yet. He was like, well, let me know what you're going to do. And I signed back and he was like, listen, tell them I want to be in Denver.”

NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport clarified Wednesday that Watson is open to several options, including Denver, but the Broncos aren't necessarily a favorite, just one possible landing spot.

Before 22 lawsuits were filed in March and April alleging sexual assault and misconduct during massage sessions, Watson made his desire for a trade known. At the time, destinations like Miami, New England, Carolina, Philadelphia, and, yes, Denver were discussed.

Since the lawsuits became public, the rumors surrounding Watson's future destinations have dwindled. Most teams have moved on with other plans.

The Houston Police Department opened an investigation in April following a complaint being issued against Watson and the NFL is also investigating the allegations.

With the possibility that Watson is suspended or placed on the Commissioner's Exempt List (paid leave), trading for the QB is a precarious proposition. That presumes Houston would even entertain trading the once rising star and face of the franchise. Before the lawsuits, the club seemed staunchly against a trade; now, seemingly less so.

The legal situation likely would need to be settled before the Broncos or any team would move to trade for Watson.

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Broncos DB Kareem Jackson says Deshaun Watson wants to end … Thu, 10 Jun 2021 00:00:00 -0700-Head coach David Culley made the announcement Wednesday, a decision that isn't directly related to Watson's status. But it punts the ball on the next chapter of …


Texans cancel minicamp, delay next chapter of Deshaun Watson saga

  • ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports

    Deshaun Watson won’t be subject to any fines for missing the Texans’ mandatory minicamp next week and that will be true for every other player on the roster as well. Head coach David Culley told reporters at a Wednesday press conference that the team has scrapped plans for the minicamp. With no minicamp to skip, [more]

  • The Houston Texans have decided to forgo having mandatory minicamp, which was slated for June 15-17.

  • The Packers need Love to get up to speed if Aaron Rodgers maintains his distance. And Love's college coaches believe he can handle the pressure.

  • Jackson says his former teammate wants to join him in Denver.

  • By late July, it will have spanned six months without Rodgers having thrown a single spiral in the presence of Packers coaches. That’s a hell of a statement.

  • The NFL’s protocols differ significantly for players who have received COVID-19 vaccines.

  • The Falcons sent Julio Jones along with a 2023 sixth-round pick to the Tennessee Titans Sunday morning in exchange for 2022 second-round pick and a fourth in 2023.

  • LeBron James delivered a championship to the Los Angeles Lakers, which makes his tenure a success, regardless of what happens next, but their first-round playoff exit could mean that success is behind them.

  • ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports

    With Aaron Rodgers skipping Green Bay’s mandatory minicamp, the next question becomes whether he reports for training camp. For various reasons, it arguably would make more sense for him to retire than to hold out. The 2020 CBA imposes a daily fine of $50,000 for missing training camp. For players who aren’t operating under a [more]

  • It's been nearly eight months since Prescott suffered his compound fracture.

  • Where coaches lose access without a vaccine, players aren't subject to the same penalties — and are reportedly opting out in large numbers.

  • ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports

    When it comes to the Aaron Rodgers situation in Green Bay, there’s plenty of blame to go around. One person who should bear none of it is coach Matt LaFleur. But LaFleur finds himself in the middle of the mess. On Tuesday, LaFleur took questions from reporters regarding the decision of Rodgers to skip the [more]

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  • One bettor placed a smart wager on the Canadiens just at the start of their playoff run.

  • Had the bettor grabbed the Clippers and the points an hour before the game he or she wouldn't have lost money.

  • Kanye spent his birthday with Irina in France.

  • Jones is already impressing at least one of his new teammates.

  • It should come as no surprise that Davante Adams and David Bakhtiari publicly support Rodgers. Any Packers who might not are keeping it to themselves.

  • A new report suggests that John Wall could be a fallback plan this offseason for New York, should their initial pursuits not work out.

  • The Nets will once again be without James Harden in their series with the Bucks.

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– June 10, 2021

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