Deshaun Watson has wanted out of Houston for months and the Texans are reportedly finally willing to listen to trade offers for their star quarterback. While Watson remains under investigation for sexual misconduct – accused by more than 20 women of inappropriate behavior during massages – there have not been criminal charges filed. The NFL has yet to rule on any punishment for Watson. The quarterback is reportedly preparing to play the 2021 regular season.
The Houston Texans are reportedly now willing to listen on trade offers for star quarterback Deshaun Watson, according to NFL Network insider Tom Pelissero. Watson, who remains under investigation for sexual misconduct allegations from more than 20 women, reportedly wants out of Houston. According to Pelissero, the Texans’ asking price...
Deshaun Watson has reportedly made a decision on Houston Texans training camp. According to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, the superstar quarterback is expected to be among the players reporting to training camp in Houston. “Quarterbacks are reporting today in Houston, and Texans QB Deshaun Watson is expected to be...
Deshaun Watson remains a member of the Houston Texans, though many expect that to change at some point this year. The Texans quarterback is still under investigation for sexual misconduct, as more than a dozen women have accused the superstar of inappropriate behavior during massages. The NFL has yet to rule on Watson’s status for the upcoming season and beyond.
Trade speculation attached to Deshaun Watson continues to grow leading into the season and league insiders consider a move by the Houston Texans imminent as their franchise player remains one of the NFL's most intriguing trade options should he be cleared of sexual misconduct allegations in time to play this fall. The former first-round pick is preparing to play this season, despite not attending Houston's OTAs or mini-camp earlier this summer. The Miami Dolphins are in the mix and have a lucrative trade piece, according to ESPN senior NFL reporter Jeremy Fowler, who says it's only a matter of time before Watson is moved elsewhere.
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Steven Nelson’s Philadelphia Eagles contract details. Just over four months after being released by the Pittsburgh Steelers on March 23, 28-year-old free agent cornerback Steven Nelson has found a new home within the same state, making his way from the western side of Pennsylvania to the southeastern corner. Nelson will...
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Houston Texans superstar quarterback Deshaun Watson has reportedly made a decision on training camp. Watson, who is currently under investigation for sexual misconduct, reportedly wants out of Houston. However, the Texans quarterback has reportedly shown up for training camp. NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport shared the latest news on Sunday...
The Houston Texans are reportedly ready to listen to big offers for quarterback Deshaun Watson. Despite Watson showing up to training camp, he maintained his stance that he wants out of the organization. It’s going to take quite the king’s ransom to trade for Watson. According to ESPN NFL insider...
The situation involving Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson is a compelling one. The former first-round pick requested a trade in January, but faces 22 allegations of sexual assault in civil court. Watson, who held out of offseason activities and mandatory minicamp with the team, will report to training camp this week.
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The Philadelphia Eagles have added some help to their secondary by signing cornerback Steven Nelson. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Nelson's contract is a one-year deal worth up to $4.125 million including incentives and a base salary of $2.5 million.
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A Berks County man is facing charges after investigators say he fatally shot another man during an argument over a parking space outside of a famous cheesesteak place in Philadelphia. Paul Burkert, 36, of Reading, is facing charges that include murder after the early Thursday shooting outside of Pat’s King...
The Kansas City Chiefs are kicking off their training camp with a minicamp for rookies, quarterbacks and injured players, who arrived ahead of veterans on Friday. During the practice week, the team has needed to get a little creative with distributing repetitions at the running back position. The only true running back in attendance for this minicamp is first-year RB Derrick Gore. On Saturday, QB Shane Buechele reportedly took some repetitions to spell Gore.
Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson reported to training camp on Sunday to avoid being fined, according to multiple reports. Despite being present at camp, Watson will wants to be traded, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The Texans likely won’t trade the quarterback until his legal situation has been resolved. Watson...
Steven Nelson, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images) It happened. The Philadelphia Eagles get their answer opposite of Darius Slay. After what felt like an eternity, the Steven Nelson acquisition that we anticipated is complete. It is reportedly a one-year deal worth over four million. Philadelphia needed another true outside corner to pair with Big Play, and this move also allows Avonte Maddox to move into the slot where he is much more equipped to play at his size.
The Philadelphia Eagles agreed to terms with cornerback Steven Nelson, who was released by the Pittsburgh Steelers in March. Nelson
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southwest Virginia continue to provide support for families of sick and injured children
Roanoke, Va. (WFXR) — In 1973 Philadelphia Eagles football player Fred Hill learned that his daughter, Kim had leukemia. During his daughter’s time at the hospital, Fred discovered that many families whose children were also receiving care were driving hours to the hospital, had been staying in the waiting rooms for long periods of time, as well as had been eating meals out of the hospital vending machines. Families were balancing these obstacles, major expenses, and more all while dealing with the stresses and heartbreak of an ill child.