Ramsey: Watson is 'extremely serious' about leaving Texans
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Los Angeles Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey may have offered significant insight into Deshaun Watson's situation.

The cornerback said he thinks Watson has very likely played his last snap for the Houston Texans. Ramsey and Watson share the same agent in David Mulugheta.

"I highly doubt (Watson) will suit up in a Texans uniform again. He’s extremely serious," Ramsey said on the "Huddle and Flow" podcast.

Watson has been involved in a standoff with the Texans organization since the 2020 season ended. The club remains adamant he won't be dealt, but the signal-caller is demanding a trade, and Watson reportedly told new head coach David Culley he still wants out.

"You got to know where you stand, and he stands in a very good place," Ramsey said.

"He knows his leverage, and I believe he'll get what he wants," he added.

The Denver Broncos, San Francisco 49ers, Miami Dolphins, and New York Jets have been linked to Watson as potential suitors this offseason.

The three-time Pro Bowler threw for a career-high 4,823 passing yards and 33 touchdowns in 2020. He signed a four-year, $156-million extension last year that contains a no-trade clause.

Ramsey: Watson is 'extremely serious' about leaving Texans
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