Deshaun Watson trade rumors Kareem Jackson says Texans QB

Deshaun Watson  trade rumors Kareem Jackson says Texans QB

Deshaun Watson trade rumors Kareem Jackson says Texans QB

Texans cancel minicamp, delay next chapter of Deshaun Watson saga Thu, 10 Jun 2021 00:00:00 -0700-The Broncos safety said Watson has told him that Denver is "where he wants to be."


Deshaun Watson trade rumors: Kareem Jackson says Texans QB wants to join Broncos

As the Broncos continue to find themselves linked to the top quarterbacks on the trade market, one has reportedly expressed interest in coming to Denver. 

Broncos safety Kareem Jackson told former Denver cornerback Aqib Talib on Talib's podcast, “Catchin' Fades,” that Watson told him Denver is “where I want to be.”

“He like, 'I want to be in Denver,'” Jackson said on the podcast.

Watson has been the subject of trade rumors all offseason, even as he's been accused of inappropriate contact and sexual assault in more than 20 civil lawsuits filed this year. 

Watson has denied the accusations while his lawyer, Rusty Hardin, has worked to discredit the accusations set against the quarterback. Prior to the allegations, the Texans had reportedly been approached by eight different teams asking about him. 

MORE: Matt LaFleur, Packers teammates weigh in as Aaron Rodgers no-shows minicamp

NFL Network reporter Ian Rapaport said on Twitter that while Denver is one possible spot, he did not believe Watson wanted to be there. He did note that Watson has been recruited by former teammates and other NFL players. 

During Jackson's interview with Talib, he said while he was going through his own free agent process, he was asked by Watson where he would sign. When he eventually made the decision to resign with Denver, Jackson said that Watson told him to tell the team he wanted to join the Broncos. 

Talib began the segment by saying he thought Denver would have Watson as the quarterback and said that he sees “the setup. The line straight.” 

Denver had been linked to Watson before the accusations emerged this offseason and before signing quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. Last season, Drew Lock started the majority of games for the Broncos under center as the overall group was arguably the worst in the NFL, ranking last in team QBR (72.5), 26th in passing yards (3,451), 25th in passing touchdowns (21) and finished with the most interceptions at 23. 

The Broncos have remained in the conversation as a possible destination for Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers if he is dealt from Green Bay. 

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Deshaun Watson trade rumors: Kareem Jackson says Texans QB … 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]

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    Because Aaron Rodgers is not attending Packers mandatory minicamp, Jordan Love is getting more reps at quarterback. It appears he’s taking advantage of that opportunity. Reports from Tuesday’s practice were that Love didn’t have a great day. Per Rob Demovsky of ESPN, Love struggled with his accuracy, going 12-of-23 passing in 11-on-11 work — including sailing [more]

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– June 10, 2021

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