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19 'Inappropriate Conduct' Suits Filed Against Watson

(March 29, 2021 - 12:00 pm) - Three new lawsuits accusing Deshaun Watson of sexual assault and inappropriate conduct were filed Sunday night, including one that claims the Houston Texans quarterback is deleting Instagram messages and contacting the women "who formally provided him massages, in an attempt to settle" those cases.

The three lawsuits, which were available Monday morning on the Harris County District Clerk's website, bring the total number of lawsuits filed against Watson to 19.

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NFL Expected to Move to 17 Game Regular Season Schedule

(March 28, 2021 - 10:37 pm) - The NFL is expected to expand the regular season schedule this week to 17 games, as first reported by Adam Schefter of ESPN.  The league had played a 16-game regular season schedule since 1978, by far the longest stretch without a change in NFL history.

Charles Robinson reported in December that the NFL had decided on a structure, "which will be an opponent from the opposing conference, but coming from outside of the historically rotating interdivisional matchups that already exist." The 2020 standings will also play a role in the formula.

Here are your latest Super Bowl 2021 Odds to Win:

Odds To Win Super Bowl 56 (2/6/22)

Team American Fractional
Kansas City Chiefs +550 11/2
Green Bay Packers +900 9/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1000 10/1
Baltimore Ravens +1200 12/1
Buffalo Bills +1200 12/1
Los Angeles Rams +1200 12/1
San Francisco 49ers +1400 14/1
New Orleans Saints +1800 18/1
Indianapolis Colts +2000 20/1
Seattle Seahawks +2200 22/1
Dallas Cowboys +2500 25/1
Cleveland Browns +2500 25/1
Miami Dolphins +2500 25/1
Tennessee Titans +2500 25/1
Los Angeles Chargers +3000 30/1
New England Patriots +3000 30/1
Pittsburgh Steelers +3000 30/1
Arizona Cardinals +4000 40/1
Minnesota Vikings +4000 40/1
Carolina Panthers +5000 50/1
Chicago Bears +5000 50/1
Las Vegas Raiders +5000 50/1
Philadelphia Eagles +5000 50/1
Atlanta Falcons +6600 66/1
Denver Broncos +6600 66/1
New York Giants +6600 66/1
Washington Football Team +6600 66/1
Cincinnati Bengals +8000 80/1
Detroit Lions +8000 80/1
New York Jets +8000 80/1
Houston Texans +10000 100/1
Jacksonville Jaguars +10000 100/1

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Cowboys Won't Re-Sign Aldon Smith

(March 24, 2021 - 2:24 pm) - The Dallas Cowboys have informed free-agent pass-rusher Aldon Smith that they are not going to re-sign him after one season, a source told ESPN's Ed Werder on Wednesday.

Why It Matters

  • Smith finished this past season with five sacks -- including three in Week 3 against the Seattle Seahawks.
  • He was second to DeMarcus Lawrence on the Cowboys with 33 quarterback pressures and had 48 tackles, 5 tackles for loss and 2 fumble recoveries, returning one for a touchdown.
  • The Cowboys are currently EVEN odds favorites to win the NFC East.


Smith joined the Cowboys in 2020 on a one-year deal that could have paid him up to $4 million based on certain incentives.

Joe Flacco signing One-Year Deal with Philadelphia Eagles to Back Up Jalen Hurts

(March 23, 2021 - 10:24 pm) - Quarterback Joe Flacco has agreed to a contract with the Philadelphia Eagles, his agency announced Tuesday.

Flacco is receiving a one-year deal with $3.5 million guaranteed and the opportunity to earn $4 million more in incentives, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

In Philadelphia, Flacco is in line to back up Jalen Hurts, who is the presumed starter after the Eagles traded Carson Wentz to the Indianapolis Colts.

The Eagles odds were currently at 50-1 odds to win Super Bowl 56.

Saints Lose 6th-Round Pick Over Covid Violations

(March 20, 2021 - 2:08 pm) - The New Orleans Saints were the only NFL team to officially lose a draft pick over violations of the NFL-NFLPA COVID-19 protocols during the 2020 season, according to the league.

The Saints were officially docked a sixth-round draft pick in 2022 and fined $700,000 after the appeals process was completed. The Las Vegas Raiders, meanwhile, did not wind up losing a draft pick but were fined $800,000. - Source: ESPN

Lawyer says lawsuits against Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson up to 12

(March 20, 2021 - 2:08 pm) - Houston lawyer Tony Buzbee said during a news conference Friday that he will be filing an additional five lawsuits against Deshaun Watson "in due course".  This would result in 12 alleging inappropriate conduct and sexual assault by the Texans' quarterback.

Buzbee also said he has spoken to "more than 10 additional women" who he claims have similar stories.

Buzbee said during the news conference that his office has been in contact with police though the Houston Police said they were unaware of any contact with Buzbee.

Watson was widely expected to be playing with another team.  Odds on who Deshaun Watson suits up with next were widely available back in January and February.

- Don Shapiro,