Cleveland Browns’ Deshaun Watson Suspended For 11 Games, Fined $5M

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NFL quarterback Deshaun Watson will sit out for the first 11 games without pay and is being fined $5 million. The decision comes after two dozen women filed lawsuits against Watson for sexual misconduct in massage appointments. Watson maintains that he did nothing wrong.

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