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Deshaun Watson trade rumors: Here’s what it might cost for Texans to deal quarterback

The Texans appear resigned to the fact that Deshaun Watson will not be their quarterback much longer. There were already signs that Houston was preparing for Watson’s eventual departure in wake of his offseason trade request. It signed veteran quarterback Tyrod Taylor during free agency and spent its first 2021 NFL Draft pick on Stanford QB Davis Mills. Now, the team is apparently listening to trade offers for Watson. However, he won’t come cheap.

OBJ eyes a Super Bowl on eve of Browns camp

Covers the Big 12 Joined ESPN.com in 2011 Graduate of Washington & Lee University GATES MILLS, Ohio — Heading into the start of training camp this week, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. says his team has a “special opportunity” at a Super Bowl this season. “It’s just something that feels special about this team,” Beckham said Sunday during his youth football camp in the Cleveland area. “I think

Deshaun Watson expected to report to Texans training camp Sunday, still seeking trade

Deshaun Watson is returning to the Texans. How long he stays with them remains to be seen. Houston’s quarterbacks are reporting to training camp Sunday, and Watson is expected to be among them, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. The star QB will be present for testing to begin entry into camp, though his stance about the organization and desire to be traded remains unchanged, Rapoport added. Watson would face

From Chile to the NFL: Sammis Reyes' past prepares him for new challenge with Washington

Covered the Redskins for the Washington Examiner and other media outlets since 1994 Authored or co-authored three books on the Redskins and one on the Cleveland Browns ASHBURN, Va. — When you have moved by yourself to a foreign country at age 14 with NBA dreams, learning the language piecemeal after the school you were attending shut down and surviving on day-old donuts for two or three days and $50

Cowboys' Dak Prescott sparks Twitter jokes by replying 'That's HIPAA' to vaccine question

Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott sidestepped a question Friday about whether he has received a COVID-19 vaccine. The response opened him up to funny comments on Twitter. Prescott told reporters it wasn’t “exactly important” whether he was. Then he said, “I think that’s HIPAA.” HIPAA is short for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, a federal statute. Within the act are protections for patients against health care providers disclosing personal information

Three reasons why Cowboys could be legit Super Bowl contenders; top five off-ball linebackers

Former NFL player and scout Bucky Brooks knows the ins and outs of this league, providing keen insight in his notebook. The topics of this edition include: — Ranking the top five off-ball linebackers in the NFL today. — Just how much trouble are the Rams in without Cam Akers? But first, a look why this round of offseason Cowboys hype could actually be merited … Hope springs eternal across

Bauer restraining order hearing ppd. to Aug. 2

Joined ESPN in 2016 to cover the Los Angeles Rams Previously covered the Angels for MLB.com LOS ANGELES — The civil hearing for a restraining order requested against Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer has been postponed to Aug. 2 after Bauer’s legal team requested more time to prepare a defense against witnesses and documents that it claimed to have received only recently. Judge Dianna Gould-Saltman set aside Aug. 2,

Ex-Seahawks LB Shaquem Griffin visiting Dolphins

Ex-Seahawks linebacker Shaquem Griffin is visiting the Miami Dolphins on Friday as training camp approaches, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reports, per a source. Griffin, a fifth-round selection in 2018, appeared in 46 games for the Seahawks, registering one sack, six QB hits and 25 tackles while also adding a sack in the 2019 playoffs. The 26-year-old was released after three seasons. Multiple teams have had interest in Griffin over the

Shohei Ohtani turned professionals into fans at the All-Star Game

Senior writer ESPN Magazine/ESPN.com Analyst/reporter ESPN television Author of “The Last Night of the Yankee Dynasty” Shohei Ohtani strolled through the American League dugout in the sixth inning of the All-Star Game, all of his heavy lifting seemingly behind him. The night before, his Home Run Derby round had lingered into double overtime, leaving him completely exhausted and bent at the waist, and in the matchup of All-Stars, he had