Texans Pro Bowl quarterback Deshaun Watson isn't practicingMonday afternoonafter returning to practice last week.
Watson missed five practices earlier in training camp due to calf and ankle tightness.
A three-time Pro Bowl selection. Watson still wants to be traded and no deal is imminent, according to league sources not authorized to speak publicly.
Because this unresolved situation has such a high profile, it continues to be of major interest locally and nationally.
Watson is facing 22 civil lawsuits and 10 criminal complaints being investigated by the Houston Police Department. He is listed fourth on the depth chart behind starter Tyrod Taylor, backup Jeff Driskel and rookie Davis Mills.
Because Watson, who is limited to individual drills and only practiced five periods per day after returning from calf and ankle tightness that sidelined him last week, has no intentions of playing for the Texans again and reported to camp only to avoid $50,000 daily fines, there's no point in him being listed any higher.
Aaron Wilson has covered the NFL for 20 years and has previously written for The Houston Chronicle and The Baltimore Sun. He’s on Twitter: @AaronWilson_NFL and Instagram: @aaronwilson7128