Chicago Bears offseason quarterback trade targets: Deshaun Watson
This is a situation everyone should be familiar with by now. Houston Texans franchise quarterback Deshaun Watson has been growing more and more frustrated with the organization and just last week, a report came out about Watson talking to teammates about demanding a trade.
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The Texans refused to pay any mind to the list of candidates Watson gave them to fill their vacant general manager position before hiring Nick Caserio. They also sat back while former general manager and head coach Bill O’Brien attempted to burn their franchise to the ground.
In less than a year, Watson has seen his team trade, DeAndre Hopkins, away for a bag of biscuits. They’ve also given him a reason to believe they do not care enough about the issues going on in the world today with not even considering Eric Bieniemy for an interview. Bieniemy is one of the hotter candidates to become a head coach, and he’s Watson’s top choice — but wasn’t on the list of interviews for Houston.
Sunday, multiple reports stated that one team to watch in this situation is the Miami Dolphins, who could offer Tua Tagovailoa along with multiple picks in order to acquire Watson.
If Miami makes that offer, forget about it Chicago. But, if they don’t, then the Bears should be all-in when it comes to trying to land Watson.