- The Miami Dolphins have -450 odds to be Deshaun Watson’s next team if he is traded.
- It has been rumored that a deal has been made between the Dolphins and Houston Texans.
MIAMI – The Deshaun Watson saga continues as the Houston Texans continue to find trade partners to take the Pro-Bowl quarterback off their hands.
With that, NFL online sportsbooks have odds listed for which team Deshaun Watson will go to if he is traded.
Deshaun Watson Next Team If Traded
- Miami Dolphins -450
- Philadelphia Eagles +550
- Pittsburgh Steelers +600
- Denver Broncos +750
- New Orleans Saints +1200
- Chicago Bears +1400
However, rumors have been intensifying ahead of the November 2 trade deadline on a potential trade between the Houston Texans and the Miami Dolphins. The rumors have gone as far as saying that a deal has been made but that the Dolphins are awaiting the status of Watson’s legal issues.
Watson is currently dealing with 20+ charges of sexual misconduct which is why the Dolphins are waiting to pull the trigger on a trade.
Something else that backs up the Dolphins odds is that the Carolina Panthers were reportedly in the mix for Watson until reports came out saying that Watson only waived his no-trade clause for Miami.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 27, 2021
The Texans asking price for Watson was revealed to be a mixture of six players and draft picks. With the Dolphins having different young assets to part ways with along with plenty of draft capital, it is not surprising that after their 1-6 start to the season that they are entertaining this trade.
With a rumored trade already agreed upon, taking the Dolphins odds to trade for Watson as soon as possible could be some of the easiest money anyone could make.
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