Deshaun Watson apologizes to women he has impacted after being accused of sexual misconduct
Like Deshaun WatsonEligibility to play this upcoming season continues after the NFL appealed the initial six-game suspension brought by Disciplinary Officer Sue L. Robinson, he said in an interview. interview on Friday, where he offered an apology to the women he impacted in. this situation.
Before starting in a pre-season game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Deshaun spoke to News 5 Cleveland and talk,
“I would like to say that I am truly sorry to all the women I have impacted in this situation. My decisions that I have made in my life put me in this position, which I definitely want to take back, but I want to keep moving forward and growing, learning and proving that I am a human being. genuine people and I will keep pushing forward.”
Deshaun spoke to Aditi Kinkhabwala before the start of tonight’s game in Jacksonville. pic.twitter.com/9kuHxI9ULh
– Cleveland Browns (@Browns) August 12, 2022
Like before reported, last week the NFL appealed the six-game suspension that was initially ruled because it was less than the full-season suspension they originally argued.
Watson has been accused of exhibiting inappropriate and non-consensual sexual behavior during work sessions with massage therapists between March 2020 and March 2021, while he remains a part of the Houston Texans. That later led to 24 civil lawsuits from accusers.
Deshaun maintained her chastity throughout this situation.
While acknowledging the work he has to do on the pitch with his new team, he also acknowledges the work he has to do outside of the field.
“The most important thing is that I want to continue consulting and I want to make sure I’m growing as a person, as an individual for my decision-making on and off the pitch.”
Since filing an appeal following the decision of Disciplinary Officer Sue L. Robinson, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has appointed New Jersey Attorney General Peter C. Harvey to hear the appeal.
Based on NFL.comMike Garafolo, an insider, reported that the NFL and the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) had discussions about a potential deal, but nothing was resolved.
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