Stephen A. analyzes more critical comments aimed at Deshaun Watson | First Take

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Stephen A. and Max Kellerman react to former NFL head coach Dick Vermeil’s comments regarding QB Deshaun Watson’s status with the Houston Texans, saying “Everything we heard about his character coming out of college does not reflect what he is doing right now.”

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