- Myles Garrett shares his thoughts about his new QB, Deshaun Watson.
- The Browns’ defensive end shares insight into the situation in Cleveland.
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Since the Cleveland Browns traded for Deshaun Watson, the number of civil lawsuits alleging inappropriate sexual conduct against the QB has only increased. Cleveland trading for Watson was questionable, to say the least, but what do his new teammates think of their new signal-caller?
Myles Garrett spoke to the media about Watson earlier this week. While he wouldn’t get into details about Watson’s many ongoing legal battles, he made it clear that Watson is “a good guy” based on his interactions with him thus far.
“I don’t know what happened. You don’t know what happened. No one in this room really knows what happened, other than the people that were involved,” Garrett said, according to the Akron Beacon Journal.
“I can’t move one way or the other based on hearsay, so I just have to move with the character of the man that I know from day to day, and it’s a good guy from what I’ve seen, from what I’ve played against and from what I’ve seen in the building.”
“From what I’ve seen, he’s walked the right way, and whether he’s had a slip-up or not, I’m not the judge, I’m not the jury or the executioner, Garrett continued.”
Watson has vehemently denied all of the allegations against him since the first lawsuit was filed.
Two grand juries in Texas have declined to pursue criminal charges against Watson. As for possible disciplinary action from the NFL, the league is investigating whether or not Watson violated its code of conduct policy.