Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski is staying tight-lipped when it comes to the Deshaun Watson situation.
After a Tuesday report from the New York Times revealing disturbing details from Watson’s accusers, Stefanski was asked about Cleveland’s $230 million quarterback.
We’re here making sure that we get good practice in. The guys [are] doing a nice job out there today, I’m not gonna comment past that. … Be respectful of the process, be respectful of the legal proceedings.
With more civil cases, and the revelation of how the Texans and a local Houston spa enabled Watson’s behavior, the story seems to grow more concerning by the day.
Per the Times‘ Jenny Vrentas, the three-time Pro Bowler booked appointments with at least 66 different over a 17-month period. Including multiple instances of aggressive sexual advances with the women involved.
The NFL has yet to announce a punishment for Watson and reportedly wouldn’t say one way or the other whether or not paid leave is on the table from the Browns QB.