Deshaun Watson returns from NFL suspension, to start against Texans

Deshaun Watson’s spent the last two weeks during Browns’ practice playing the role of a starting quarterback in the NFL. Only, it was usually playing the role of someone like Buffalo’s Josh Allen or Tampa Bay’s Tom Brady.

“He threw a fade on me it was like − I can’t really explain it,” rookie cornerback Martin Emerson Jr. said during a Zoom call Monday. “It was like an overhead, back-shoulder fade that only the receiver could catch. It was like out of bounds and a receiver had throw both his arms over his shoulder to catch the ball. And I had no chance to make that play. … That was a great throw.”

This week, Watson can begin to play the role of a starting quarterback again for his own team. The NFL officially reinstated the Browns quarterback from his 11-game personal conduct policy suspension Monday, and he was added to the team’s active roster.

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