Deshaun Watson is still on the Houston Texans' roster, as he is looking for a trade away from the team, while battling sexual assault lawsuits as 22 massage therapists in Texas have accused him of inappropriate conduct.
Trade suitors have been concerned about whether or not he will be good to go, as the Philadelphia Eagles sent an investigator to Houston to check up on him. The team backed out of as they realized that Watson had no interest in playing for them.
That leaves Miami as a trade that Watson is actually interested in, and it would appear as though Watson could be on his way by the end of the week. There is no guarantee of this, but the Dolphins seem eager to get things done as they're struggling with a record of 1-5.
The Texans are very interested in Fins starter Tua Tagovailoa, and the Texans want six high draft picks. Watson is eligible to play despite the investigation against him, he has not been placed on the commissioner's exempt list. If cleared of his allegations Watson is an elite Pro Bowl quarterback coming into his prime years and would be the first star quarterback Miami has had in that position since Hall Of Famer Dan Marino. The addition of Watson could potentially make a mediocre but promising offense in Miami potent in little time.