Browns QB Cleared To Practice

The Cleveland Browns season hasn't been going the way they envisioned, but with just one more week until DeShaun Watson can return from his 11-game suspension, they have a chance to turn it around going forward. With a 3-6 record, they'll need to be fantastic down the stretch, but now, it's been confirmed that Watson can officially return to practice this week, and if all goes according to plan, it's very likely that he'll be active and the teams starter when they battle the Houston Texans in Week 13.

With such a talented team, if Watson can return and be anywhere near the Quarterback we saw for years in Houston, this could be a dangerous Browns squad going forward, but given that it's been almost two years since Watson last played in the NFL, there's certainly going to be a huge adjustment period. 

Currently, Cleveland sit at 3-6 and tied for last place in the AFC North with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and with Watson's return to practice, if the team can upset the Bills and Buccaneers in the following weeks, they stand a solid chance of competing for an AFC Wild Card spot. These past few weeks, Watson has been allowed in meetings and to work out at the facility, but now, he can practice with the team, which may spark the Browns going forward, but as of right now, we still won't see him on the field for another few weeks.

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