The Cleveland Browns don’t want to be the weirdest people in the highly-competitive AFC North.
They can’t stand still while their rival talents are piled up.
The Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals will be hard to beat if they are not aggressive this offseason.
For that reason, the Browns acquired Amari Cooper from the Dallas Cowboys.
They also got Pro Bowl quarterback Desan Watson and gave him a five-year, $ 230 million fully guaranteed contract.
Only time will tell if these signs will work for the browns.
But before the start of the season, Watson is taking responsibility for the crime.
I have been told # Brown QB Deshaun Watson is treating crime in the Bahamas this weekend. The trip is for team-building and football chemistry because Watson has also secured a field there to continue offseason workouts.
– IG: Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) May 18, 2022
CBS Sports’ Josina Anderson tweeted, “I’ve been told #BrownSQB DesanWatson is treating crime in the Bahamas this weekend. This trip is for team-building and football chemistry because Watson has also secured a field there to continue the offseason workout. ”
This is a workout that doesn’t come cheap because Watson will probably pay for the flight, food and accommodation.
If Buff receives an average of $ 46 million annually, the cost of the entire trip is a small fraction of his football income.
Will the Bahamas trip work?
On the one hand, a relaxed environment will help them feel loose while training or working out.
This vacation is also a way to congratulate yourself on Watson’s squad.
He can learn the offense from the Browns veterans and dial the hearing with his receiver.
However, you can’t help wondering if they can concentrate on their workout.
After all, they are a tourist destination that offers endless confusion.
Still, Watson’s responsibility is to keep everyone in line if they want the workouts to bear fruit.