At Friday’s press conference, the legal counselor addressing in any event nine women who claim attack by Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson will release copies of the claims recorded to date, alongside “multiple texts” from Watson.
On Thursday night, lawyer Tony Buzbee released one explicit chain of messages. In all honesty, it demonstrates nothing.
In the series of messages, the masseuse says that she can perform “Swedish, deep tissue, sports massage, trigger point.” Watson says he’s “more of a Swedish guy,” and he later asks, “Are you comfortable with the glute area.”
That is apparently the justification Buzbee’s decision to incorporate the screen shot of the messages. Within the context of massages, in any case, the “glute area” is innocuous. Competitors, particularly football players, frequently need the groin muscles and the “glute area” to be massaged. Previous NFL quarterback Chris Simms clarified that prior today on PFT Live.
Past the way that it’s not unexpected to have the “glute area” massaged, Watson explicitly found out if the masseuse is “comfortable with the glute area.”
Once more, nothing in this text chain demonstrates any kind of bad behavior. In the event that the other text messages released on Friday will have comparative tone and content, it will (or if nothing else ought to) never really convince anybody that Watson did anything incorrectly.