Written by : Rajnish Kumar

Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson suspended 11 games

The NFL and the NFL Players Association have reached an agreement to ban Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson for 11 games during the regular season without pay, 

and fine the player $5 million following allegations that the player was accused of sexual conduct by more than a dozen women.

Watson is scheduled to undergo "a professional evaluation by behavioral experts and will follow their treatment program," according to the agreement.

"I'm moving on with my career and my life, and I'm going to continue to stand on my innocence," Watson declared to the media on Thursday.

 "Just because settlements and things like that happen, doesn't mean that person is guilty for anything."

He said, "I feel like the person has the opportunity to stand on his innocence, and prove that, and we proved that on the legal side,

and we've just got to continue to push forward as an individual and as a person." Twenty-four civil lawsuits have been brought

against Watson and 23 of them were settled in a confidential manner. Two juries in Texas have ruled against charging Watson criminally.

Watson was in violation of an NFL personal behavior rules during private meetings with massage therapists when in teammates of the Houston Texans.

League Commissioner Roger Goodell called Watson's behavior "egregious" and "predatory. "



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