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NFL Addresses Latest Deshaun Watson Lawsuit

Cleveland Browns quarterback is facing his 26th lawsuit, the NFL released a small statement on it.

Deshaun Watson is facing lawsuit number 26 since this all began after another accuser came forward. To this point, Watson has settled 23 of those lawsuits, one was dropped and two will continue. The National Football League released a small statement on the news.

“Watson’s status remains unchanged. We will monitor developments in the newly filed litigation and any conduct that warrants further investigation or possible additional sanctions would be addressed within the Personal Conduct Policy,” said Brian McCarthy of the NFL.

Cleveland is on track to have Watson back on the field on Dec. 4 when they travel to take on the Houston Texans.

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