Deshaun Watson hasn’t talked to reporters since the introductory news conference March 25 but remains the primary topic of conversation regarding the Browns.
Whether it’s two of his accusers telling their stories on HBO’s “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel” on Tuesday night, the NFL’s investigation of his alleged actions, his lawyers adamantly defending him, or his teammates praising his talent, leadership and generosity, Watson continues to generate discussion — positive and negative.
The quarterback participated Wednesday in the second session of organized team activities in Berea — his first practice in front of reporters — wearing short orange uniform pants, an orange No. 4 jersey and orange helmet with his name on the front. He wasn’t made available to reporters the day after the HBO report put crying faces with the accusations of sexual misconduct.
Two women describe their accusations against Deshaun Watson, while his lawyer asks “what evidence is there of any guilt?” in HBO interviews
Coach Kevin Stefanski said he didn’t watch.
“I read about it,” he told reporters after practice. “We did a lot of work on Deshaun the person and there’s legal proceedings ongoing, there’s an investigation ongoing, so I won’t comment much further than that. But we understand with respect to that it is something we’re going to be dealing with as these proceedings go on.”
Watson, who was acquired March 18 from Houston in a blockbuster trade, has strongly denied wrongdoing and wasn’t indicted…