Report: Cal McNair says QB Deshaun Watson ‘will remain’ with Texans

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Houston Texans chairman and CEO Cal McNair has a special message for fans.

Although McNair wanted Feb. 12 to be about defensive end J.J. Watt, who will be released from the team to find a new NFL team, he fielded questions from the media about the status of disgruntled quarterback Deshaun Watson, who has asked for a trade from the Texans.

According to Greg Bailey from ABC 13 [KTRK-TV], McNair says that the three-time Pro Bowl quarterback will stay a part of the Texans’ plans going forward as the team seeks to bring a championship to Houston.

The way Bailey put it, McNair stressed Watson “will remain a Texan.”

With the Texans losing the face of their franchise for the past decade, it will be important to hold on to the one player who can represent them going forward, and lead them to championships as he is one of the premier talents at his position, the very position the entire sport is built around.

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