Browns: Deshaun Watson’s 1-word message after successful shoulder surgery

The Cleveland Browns are quietly having one of the best seasons in the NFL this year, but they will have to play without their star quarterback, Deshaun Watson.

In a way that only he could, Watson gave supporters an update on his injury situation on Tuesday. With a single, succinct statement, the typically stoic and reticent Watson comforted followers from Ohio to California and beyond.

Watson previously acknowledged his backup quarterback, Dorian Thompson-Robinson, during Sunday’s Browns victory against the Pittsburgh Steelers, who are in the same division. An update on Myles Garrett’s chances of winning defensive player of the year was given.

The Browns are scheduled to face the Denver Broncos on the road this weekend. On Tuesday, one of the leaders, Watson, released an update on his status after an important surgical procedure.

In response to the announcement of Watson’s operation, one admirer said, “Come back stronger and better than ever, 40.”

The right shoulder injury that the former Clemson Tigers standout experienced during a 33-31 victory over the Baltimore Ravens on November 12 of this year was repaired through surgery.

“Factor. Get well ASAP #4,” another fan added.

In Watson’s place, the Browns have looked to former UCLA quarterback Thompson-Robinson to keep things running smoothly. Against Kenny Pickett and the Pittsburgh Steelers this past Sunday, he completed just 24 of 43 passes for 165 yards and one interception in a 13-10 victory.

In the AFC North, the Browns are 7-3 and trail the Ravens by a half-game, which should make things interesting in the final stretch, to put it mildly.


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