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Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson was introduced to the Cleveland media Friday, fresh off being acquired from the Texans for a significant draft package.
Watson, with 22 sexual assault allegations hanging over him, said that he has no regrets about anything in the past.
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“I don’t have any regrets,” Watson said. “Like I said, the things off the field right now that came up caught me by surprise because I never did anything that these people are alleging.”
OutKick’s Clay Travis said on OutKick The Show Friday that he found Watson’s peculiar remarks.
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“22 different women alleging sexual assault and we still haven’t gotten any kind of rational defense from Deshaun Watson, except that he said, ‘I don’t have any regrets,'” Travis said. “I don’t know, if 22 different women accuse you of sexual assault, I would think you would have to have some form of regret in your life.
“…I would think over the past year, as you have had this hanging over your head, that you might have had at some point in time, some small scintilla of regret based on your behavior that has put you in this situation.”