Browns QB Deshaun Watson wants to have “man-to-man” talks with Kevin Stefanski

Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson (4) takes a snap during the first half of an NFL football game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Pittsburgh, Sunday, Jan. 8, 2023. (AP Photo/Don Wright)

Berea – The Browns’ season ended about an hour long when Deshaun Watson explained what his top priorities were.

“I’ll just go over there and meet (coach) Kevin (Stefanski) and we’ll sit and watch the tape,” Watson said after the season finale in Pittsburgh. “What can we do? What’s the plan? What do I like, what does he like?”

No two people on the Browns’ coaching staff or players need to be on the same page this season more than Watson and Stefanski. This is because these two hold the keys to the future of crime.

The last six games of the Browns’ 7-10 season were all about re-acclimatizing Watson to the game after he missed the first 11 games due to a suspension for more than two dozen accusations of sexual misconduct and sexual assault during massage appointments while he was still the quarterback for the Houston Texans. On top of that, he had to learn a whole new system after he was traded by the Texans to the Browns this past March.

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