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  • could do Sean Watson's relationship with the Texans be officially strained.

  • Last week, we found out Watson was bothered by the team not considering our consulting him in the process of hiring former Paths executive Nick Osario for the Texans GM position.

  • Meanwhile, over the weekend, our Chris Mortensen tweeting this.

  • You can see it right there.

  • Sources say Watson could play hardball with the Texans about a trade.

  • His new $156 million contract includes a no trade clause but informed speculation from a sport ah, sources that he would consider the Miami Dolphins in which, to an additional compensation, goes to Houston.

  • Mm, the plot thickens.

  • Max Kellerman Talk to me.

  • How should D Shawn feel about Houston now?

  • Shawn Watson should want out of Houston.

  • You should want out of Houston.

  • The way they have treated him is like and I know it's the NFL and not the MBA.

  • But for some players you have When you I mentioned this last week, think about the most or the most valuable tradable trading commodities in the NFL.

  • Who has the most value?

  • Patrick Mahomes, Because Aaron Rodgers is 37 Russell Wilson's 32 Patrick Mahomes is number one.

  • He's better than those guys, anyway.

  • I believe he's number one.

  • Who's number two?

  • I think it's to Shawn Watson.

  • I think, other than Mahomes, he is the most valuable in that way.

  • Peace in the NFL.

  • You don't consultant.

  • He finds out through the media that his receiver, who's one of the best ever, at least one of the best pairs of hands of sets of hands ever and his boy gets traded.

  • You don't you don't Not only do you not consult him about the G M, but you pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to affirm that recommends a GM and instead turn that guy down and make a last second decision.

  • And Shawn Watson is totally out of the loop.

  • Not a hell with that, but I mean, really other than Watson.

  • You have Josh Allen, who is also great and young, and I would say, Justin Herbert, who's by the way still on his rookie deal and by next year might be pushing those guys.

  • He's so talented.

  • But when you're when you're maybe the second most valuable commodity in the game and they treat you that way, get out of there.

  • Houston, we have a problem, and I will say this.

  • Uh, yeah, you know, and I say this in all seriousness, Ryan, especially the USA, this on this show right now because it's something important that happened.

  • They say that the Shawn Watson is happy for a lot of the reasons that Max just articulated.

  • But in the end, what it comes down to is that the Shawn Watson has a problem with this organization in the direction that it's going.

  • The fact that Miami is something is a desired destination.

  • They have an African American GM in Chris Grayer and an African American coach in Brian Florida's there, the Onley team in the National Football League.

  • Who has that, along with Stephen Ross Onda things that he's done from from a philanthropic standpoint in the community as it pertains to the African American community?

  • Think about that.

  • Is the owner for the Miami Dolphins think about that?

  • It's one thing.

  • The one out of Houston because of their clear ineptitude.

  • It's one thing that went out of Houston because Bill O Brien traded away your boy, DeAndre Hopkins.

  • It's another thing entirely in the aftermath of social justice issues and what have you with the Shawn Watson haven't spoken out against those things with stories leaking that he doesn't believe the organization gets it.

  • And he is a top quarterback in the National Football League who happens to be black, who you just invested $156 million to.

  • And he believes that you, as an organization, are desensitized or d sensitive or not sensitive enough to the issues that are percolating in our society.

  • And he's using your actions as an organization who you've hired, who you fired, who you've let go, who you've kept onboard, etcetera, etcetera.

  • These are the things that he's saying, and then when you point out where he wants to go to, you see that he's a conscientious observer, not just in elite football player.

  • When you combine that with the fact that the great J.

  • J.

  • Watt and I'm talking about the greatness of J.

  • J.

  • Watt, the player and the greatness of J.

  • J.

  • Watt, the person we know what kind of person he's proven to be, it's well documented.

  • He probably wants out, too.

  • If you're the Houston Texans organization, you need to understand that the nation.

  • The football world is looking at you right now as an organization, and they've got some serious question marks about who you are.

  • This is not the Shawn Watson.

  • Just, uh, well, you know, I'm just not happy because we had a 4 12 season.

  • That's not what he's done.

  • They've lost before.

  • They've missed the playoffs before.

  • This is not just about that.

  • This is something extra, and it tells me that there's something going on in Houston where essentially, they've got the mentality shut up and dribble.

  • Not literally, of course, because this is football.

  • But in other words, you're an athlete.

  • We pay you to play, shut up, play and leave the decision making to us.

  • That's what everything points to right now when it comes to the Houston, Texas, which means that a D Shawn Watson keeps making noise about this.

  • There's a whole bunch of people that ain't gonna wanna have anything to do with that organization.

  • Stephen A.

  • I think it's so important that you pointed those things out about Miami, right, because the first thing anybody here is when they hear he wants to go to Miami is what Oh, it's Miami.

  • Why would I want to go play there, right?

  • And then you think about Greer as the GM.

  • You think about Flores as the head coach and the Shawn Watson understanding these things you think about where the Houston Texans as a family and as an organization, as the ownership group stood during the social injustice, not allowing the inmates to run the prison.

  • And now I think people people don't necessarily understand the situation between Cal McNair and to Shawn Watson.

  • So here's the situation.

  • The Shawn Watson is not saying that you should have treated him any differently.

  • The show watching this, saying You should have kept your word right, because people are gonna go throw it back where he's just a football player.

  • He's just the quarterback.

  • They don't owe him anything.

  • No, they don't.

  • But they do owe him honesty.

  • And if you go to the man and say you're gonna be involved in this process, we will keep you up to date with the things that are happening.

  • Then that's what you're supposed to do.

  • You're supposed to be a man of integrity.

  • You're supposed to be a man of your word.

  • If you're Cal McNair.

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