Two women suing Cleveland Browns' Deshaun Watson appalled by QB's $230M guaranteed contract

Two females who have actually implicated Deshaun Watson of unsuitable sexual conduct condemned the Cleveland Browns for providing the quarterback an NFL-record $230 million ensured agreement after trading for him.

“It’s just like a big screw you,” Ashley Solis stated of the Browns in an interview on HBO’s “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel,” which is set to air Tuesday night. “That’s what it feels like. That we don’t care. He can run and throw, and that’s what we care about.”

Watson is dealing with 22 civil suits from females who have actually implicated him of unsuitable sexual conduct throughout massage sessions. Two grand juries in Texas have actually decreased to pursue criminal charges, and Watson has actually rejected all misdeed.

The NFL is examining whether Watson broke its standard procedure policy; the league talked to Watson face to face recently as part of its examination. At the NFL’s spring conference in Atlanta, commissioner Roger Goodell stated he believes the league is nearing completion of its examination however could not provide a timeline for when a judgment may be made.

In addition to knocking the Browns, Solis informed HBO that she felt threatened by Watson after their massage session.

“He just said, ‘I know you have a career to protect,'” she stated. “‘And I know you don’t want anyone messing with it just like I don’t want anyone messing with mine.’ To me, that’s when, that’s when I got really scared.”

The Browns traded for Watson 2 months back, sending out the Houston Texans a trade plan that consisted of 3 first-round choices to finish the offer. Cleveland then offered Watson a brand-new five-year agreement, worth $80 million more than the previous high set when ruling MVP Aaron Rodgers signed his extension with the Green Bay Packers previously in the offseason.

Kyla Hayes, who has actually likewise implicated Watson of unsuitable sexual conduct, called the agreement “sick.”

“I felt like he’s being rewarded for bad behavior,” she informed HBO.

Leah Graham, among Watson’s lawyers, informed HBO that Watson has “no regrets because he did nothing wrong.”

“He did nothing wrong in these massages,” Graham stated. “And although — to your first question, ‘How can he be innocent?’ I think the real question is, ‘What evidence is there of any guilt?'”

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