NFL World Reacts To Deshaun Watson Punishment Offer

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Deshan Watson's three-day hearing ended last week, and Judge Sue L.

NFL. Robinson is expected to rule on any subject after

And the NFL Players Association offers a post-hearing brief.

However, the two parties can still reach an agreement in advance.

On ESPN's Keyshon, Javill and Max, via, Dan Graziano said there are "continuous talks" for a deal.

According to an NFL insider, the league has "insisted" on an indefinite suspension to avoid any new information coming to light.

While the NFL was reportedly set to make him eligible to reapply after 12 games instead of the entire season,

Watson and the NFLPA do not want to accept an indefinite suspension.

Viewers are trying to analyze the meaning behind these discussions.

The league may not be confident in the pending decision of an impartial judge while attempting to settle the bottom of its original request.

If the NFL will consider a 12-game suspension, there's a solid chance the league expects a lighter penalty from Robinson.

At least, that's what the situation looks like in light of Graziano's reporting.

One way or another, the decision should come within a week or two.

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