Texans QB Deshaun Watson has decided what team he wants to play for, and it's one that was considered out of the running earlier this week.
According to Adam Schefter from ESPN, Watson has waived his no-trade clause, and wants to go to Cleveland.
It's a massive new deal, too. Rapport tweeted that according to sources, "the $184M over the first four years of this contract is a $48M raise over the $136M he was scheduled to make over the same four years on the previous contract - a $12M a-year raise in that span."
All of the details of the trade still need to be finalized between the Browns and Texans, but it looks like Deshaun Watson will end up in the AFC North after all, in Cleveland.
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