HOUSTON — Houstonians in all places are hoping the Texans and quarterback Deshaun Watson can reconcile earlier than the 2021 season begins.
Even within the mayor’s workplace.
On Sunday, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner tweeted that town “loves” Watson and the Houston Texans and because the mayor, “I pray we transfer ahead collectively.”
Later within the day, Turner adopted that by tweeting he values Watson as a participant, however he respects him much more as an individual.
“I do know he loves this Metropolis as a result of I’ve seen how a lot he has given of himself and his treasure to individuals on this Metropolis,” Turner tweeted. “I’m humbled to be his Mayor. I hope that will not change anytime quickly.”
Houston loves @deshaunwatson and the @HoustonTexans. Houston is a superb Metropolis that’s hungry to again our gamers and staff. As Mayor of a Metropolis that’s second to none I pray we transfer ahead collectively. st
— Sylvester Turner (@SylvesterTurner) January 24, 2021
I worth @deshaunwatson as a participant however I respect him much more as an individual. I do know he loves this Metropolis as a result of I’ve seen how a lot he has given of himself and his treasure to individuals on this Metropolis. I’m humbled to be his Mayor. I hope that will not change anytime quickly. st
— Sylvester Turner (@SylvesterTurner) January 25, 2021
Watson reportedly is upset with the Texans’ group due to the best way it dealt with the method of discovering a brand new basic supervisor, finally hiring Nick Caserio. Watson has not requested for a commerce, however on Sunday sources informed ESPN’s Chris Mortensen that the Texans’ teaching determination is just not anticipated to vary Watson’s want to go away the group.
Final week, a supply informed ESPN that the Texans have had inside conversations about potential commerce companions and what their quarterback place would appear to be with out Watson.
In keeping with ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Texans are anticipated to request a second interview with Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier and will ask for a second interview with Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy.
Final week, the Texans introduced they’ve interviewed Bieniemy, Frazier, Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus, Ravens assistant head coach David Culley, quarterback Josh McCown and former Lions and Colts head coach Jim Caldwell for his or her head-coaching job.