Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson will be suspended for six games for violating the league’s personal conduct policy, according to multiple reports.
The decision by Sue L. Robinson, the disciplinary officer appointed by the NFL and the NFL Players Association, came down after more than a month of deliberations during a three-day hearing from June 28-30.
The June hearing with Robinson followed a meeting in May. NFL Officials and the 26-year-old QB, settled 23 of 24 Civil lawsuits filed by women accused of sexual assault and sexual harassment during massage appointments. In March, two Texas grand juries decided not to indict Watson on criminal charges.
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