After weeks of deliberation - and more than a year of allegations - Deshaun Watson has been given a six-game suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.
- The suspension was announced by Judge Sue L. Robinson on Monday, in a 15-page ruling that determined the evidence against Watson was not enough to justify an indefinite suspension.
- Watson and the NFLPA say they will accept the ruling, which would make Watson eligible to return for Cleveland's Oct. 23rd game vs. the Ravens.
- However, the suspension isn't official yet - the NFL has until Thursday to submit an appeal, and the final decision rests with commissioner Roger Goodell.
- Watson has been accused of sexual misconduct by 25 women hired to give him massages. Most of those civil lawsuits have been settled.
- Do you agree with the suspension? Should it have been shorter or longer? Will the NFL appeal? Will Watson face a backlash for not having to sit out a full season?