“I’m truly sorry”: Deshaun Watson publicly acknowledges and apologizes to all of his accusers after nearly two years

Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson finally issued a public apology to all of the women who accused him of misbehaving with them during the course of massages

Deshaun Watson
Deshaun Watson
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Deshaun Watson is a mixed bag of emotions right now, the quarterback initially got some relief when the independent arbitrator Sue L. Robinson initially handed him a six-game suspension, the Cleveland Browns and the QB could not be happier. However, his woes began yet again as the NFL did not like this punishment and decided that it would further challenge the suspension as it wants to suspend the QB for an entire season or at least a significant part of the season along with a hefty fine.

In light of all of this, Deshaun Watson has for the first time since being accused of sexual misconduct by over 24 women expressed his deepest regrets and has publicly apologized to all of the women who felt were wronged by him. This apology stems from the fact that Watson through the course of his trial and public appearances has seemed to have little to no remorse for his actions.

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Deshaun Watson’s lack of remorse towards the accusers irked Sue L Robinson during the course of her observations

Deshaun Watson
Deshaun Watson

Watson’s attitude was reportedly an ‘aggravating’ factor in the suspension that he received from the league-appointed disciplinary officer. The quarterback seems to have had enough of hearing this as he finally responded that he does regret this situation. Hours before the Cleveland Browns began their preseason, Watson was asked by the media to respond to the officer’s comments on him.

“I want to say that I’m truly sorry to all of the women that I have impacted in this situation, the decisions that I made in my life that put me in this position I would definitely like to have back, but I want to continue to move forward and grow and learn and show that I am a true person of character and I am going to keep pushing forward,” the quarterback apologized publicly and stated that his actions cannot be changed now but he will do everything in his capacity to ensure that he becomes a better person.

Watson’s apology comes a little too late, however, it is good to see that he has understood the impact that he has had on the lives of these women. Hopefully, it was a sincere statement that came from his heart and not just for the cameras. The quarterback started for the Browns on Friday winning the preseason game by beating the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-13.

Watson had a forgettable night, he completed 1 out of 5 throws and threw for 7 yards. He did not record a first down in his first game. The quarterback did not speak to the media post the game. He is currently eligible to play as the Browns and Watson are awaiting a ruling from former New Jersey Attorney General Peter C. Harvey who was appointed by Commissioner Goodell to investigate the NFL’s appeal of the six-game suspension.

Though Watson has reached confidential settlements with 23 of the 24 women who alleged that he committed sexual misconduct during the course of therapeutic massages. The quarterback has vehemently denied any sort of mischief and two Texas grand juries share the same opinion as well.

Given that Watson’s future is up in the air, neither does the QB nor his team know when he will be able to play next but judging by that performance, he clearly needs to put in some more work to get back on the level he played on. If Watson is unable to come back from this, the Cleveland Browns would have lost not only a quarterback in Baker Mayfield but they would also be left $230 million poorer.

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