NFL network insider Ian Rapoport reported that the Texans QB requested a deal, according to an informed source

Watson planning to get out of Houston has been known for weeks, but all rumors could be denied until a formal request was made. Now the star bellboy has announced that he has no interest in continuing for an organization to play, with whom he signed a four-year contract extension for $ 156 million in September

The Texans have insisted throughout the process that they have no intention of parting with any of the best QBs in the NFL in its prime, however, according to Tom Pelissero and Mike Garafolo of Rapoport and NFL Network Watson owns that Leverage and can force their hand by withholding his services We have seen Jalen Ramsey, Yannick Ngakoue, and Jamal Adams huddle into trading in the recent past.Watson takes player empowerment to a whole new level

Watson also has a no-trade clause that allows them to decide which goals they would prefer. This force is massive and should not be underestimated. Rapoport noted that Watson must sign off any trade in writing before it can be closed

The 25-year-old is a wizard carrying an unlucky Texan team Any club that doesn’t have a top 5 QB should at least think about the possibility of landing one of the faces of the league, Watson would instantly turn a midsize team into one Make competitors

The cost of trading would be astronomical – top 5 QBs never become available – but one could argue that no price is too high for a talent like Watson

Houston has consistently said there are no plans to trade with Watson, but that hasn’t stopped the teams from calling in for the past few weeks.The Texans’ position was based on the fact that the relationship has been saved since Watson’s trade request was still not public. This argument is out of the window

The timing of the reports on Watson’s trade request should not be ignored – they came the morning after it was reported that the Texans are hiring former Baltimore Ravens assistant coach David Culley as their new coach

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