NFL Disciplinary Officer Sue L. Robinson has now heard three days of testimony in the case of Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson. The league and Watson have made their respective cases in front of her, and it’s now at the point of decision time.
But what we’re learning about what came out over these last three days is interesting.
As we’ve reported, the NFL based its case on the allegations of five of the 24 women who have sued Watson for alleged sexual misconduct. Where does it get interesting? Reportedly, the league found no evidence of violence, threat, force, or coercion by Watson in any of these cases.
Jim Donovan gives his take.