Report: Texans QB Deshaun Watson’s anger level ‘at a 10’ over Nick Caserio hiring

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The Houston Texans’ first task of the offseason is to settle down quarterback Deshaun Watson.

According to a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the three-time Pro Bowler is so angry at the organization that it is five times worse than what he felt after the trading of DeAndre Hopkins in March of 2020.

Watson is said to be furious over the decision, and others are as well, with some saying that there will be employees who wind up leaving the organization during the offseason.

Watson is on vacation, and McNair said he expects to speak with the quarterback once he returns. But how that will go, if it happens, remains uncertain. Some around the league believe that Watson could opt to withhold his services this season. Watson has not commented on that option, but others insist it will be in play.

One person who knows Watson said this week that, after the Texans traded Pro Bowl wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins last offseason, the quarterback’s anger level was “a 2. … This time, it’s a 10.”

If Houston is unable to quell Watson’s wrath, they will have to explore some options, especially since his contract has a no-trade clause.