Browns coach Kevin Stefanski: ‘I want the best version of Deshaun Watson’ entering 2024


Watson started the first three games of the season before suffering a shoulder injury against the Titans in Week 3. He missed the following two games before returning in Week 7, however, things took a turn in Week 10 against Baltimore for Watson as it was later revealed the 28-year-old QB suffered a displaced fracture in his right glenoid in his right shoulder.

Through his two seasons in Cleveland, Watson has played in 12 games. Watson was suspended 11 games during the 20223 season for violating the NFL’s personal-conduct policy.

The expectations for Watson are not only expected from his head coach but also from general manager Andrew Berry. In May, Berry said Cleveland has “high expectations” for Watson and the offense heading into this season after the club made the postseason last year with Joe Flacco. With Flacco now gone and Jameis Winston in the picture, Watson heads into minicamp and training camp as QB1.

Just like about every head coach, the offseason provides plenty of optimism for the season ahead, but Stefanksi thinks Watson’s play can take a step forward in 2024. Cleveland’s mandatory minicamp is set to begin on June 11.



Source: nlf.com

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