Deshaun Watson

The legendary WR for the Panthers turned analyst for the NFL Network Steve Smith made an impromptu appearance on Tuesday’s edition of The Clubhouse With Kyle Bailey as he weighed in on the fan bases frustrations with David Tepper and some of the moves the Panthers have made so far in Free Agency. Steve first […]

The Deshaun Watson saga continues to be the most dominant headline around the NFL as the league gets set to turn the calendar to a new league year tomorrow morning. Last Friday, the criminal cases against the current Houston Texans quarterback were dismissed and while there are still civil depositions that still need to be resolved, the trade market for him has hit its peak since before the allegations were initially brought to light.

The longtime beat writer covering the Houston Texans for the Houston Chronicle joined Kyle Bailey on Monday’s edition of The Clubhouse as he discussed who is in play to trade for Deshaun Watson, and what the price will likely be. John started with the Deshaun Watson situation as he said despite not being indicted by […]

The well renowned Sports Attorney and 1/2 of the Conduct Detrimental Podcast Dan Lust joined Kyle Bailey on Wednesday’s edition of The Clubhouse as he broke down the many nuances to the ongoing Deshaun Watson case, and Dan also looked at the current MLB Lockout. The first topic broached with Deshaun Watson’s situation as Dan […]

The Panthers Beat Writer covering the team for The Athletic joined Kyle Bailey on Wednesday’s edition of The Clubhouse to look at some external free-agent options, and if the biggest internal free agents will stay or go. Joe first weighed in on the QB market for the Panthers and the rumors of Kirk Cousins possibly […]

The Panthers have a lot of work to this offseason as they look to turn the rebuild back in the right direction under Matt Rhule in Year 3. It starts at quarterback and left tackle, the two spots that have been talked about since the middle of the season as glaring question marks for this team. These are two positions where there is a strong chance that the team addresses this at all costs, whether that is through the draft or in free agency.

The longtime NFL writer covering the league and the Houston Texans for the Houston Chronicle joined Kyle Bailey on Tuesday’s edition of the Clubhouse as he looked at the Panthers interviewing former Texans OC Tim Kelly, and John gives the latest from the Deshaun Watson saga. The conversation with John started with Texans QB Coach […]

It's no secret that the Panthers have two major question marks personnel-wise moving forward that the team still has to address, the left tackle and the quarterback positions. Left tackle is a spot where Panther fans have grown frustrated by the fact that the team hasn't taken many risks and has tried to solve the position with band-aid instead of a long-term fix. The quarterback position is an area where the team has been more aggressive, but simply has swung and missed on the three quarterbacks that they have acquired since Matt Rhule's arrival two years ago.

Ashley Solis said she's seeking treatment for “panic attacks, anxiety and depression” due to Watson’s actions in March of 2020. She wants Watson to be held accountable for his alleged behavior. Watson has been accused of sexual misconduct in lawsuits filed by 22 women, all represented by Houston-based attorney Tony Buzbee. 

Tony Buzbee, the attorney representing the alleged victim, told Fox 26 in Houston that Watson was getting a massage from the unidentified woman when the 25-year-old “went too far.” Not many details were provided by Buzbee about the suit. Watson led the NFL with 4,823 passing yards last year.