As of the ultimate Wednesday of July, the Cleveland Browns are nonetheless ready to be taught if beginning quarterback Deshaun Watson will likely be suspended for half or the entire 2022 season over allegations of sexual misconduct throughout therapeutic massage periods.
Cleveland has been linked in rumors and stories with San Francisco 49ers veteran Jimmy Garoppolo, who has formally been replaced atop his crew’s depth chart by 2021 rookie Trey Lance and is actively looking for a brand new soccer house. However, it seems the Browns are snug sticking with who’s of their quarterback room in the intervening time.
Per Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski informed reporters on Wednesday that backup Jacoby Brissett, signed by the membership in late March, will begin this fall within the occasion that Watson is made unavailable for any video games. Stefanski added Watson and Brissett will get “a ton of reps” throughout coaching camp practices.
Cleveland additionally has journeyman Joshua Dobbs and the recently-acquired Josh Rosen on the roster competing for the No. 3 position. Watson, in the meantime, is working in coaching camp as he and his employer look ahead to a ruling from league disciplinary officer Sue L. Robinson which may come at any time.