Deshaun Watson has one last weekend off the field.
The Cleveland Browns' suspended quarterback can begin practicing on Monday as part of his settlement with the NFL after,
he was accused of sexual misconduct by two dozen women when he played for Houston.
Watson, who was acquired by the Browns in a controversial trade in March,
was banned for 11 games in August for violating the league's personal conduct policy.
He agreed to the suspension, a $5 million fine and to undergo counseling and treatment.
He returned to the team last month, but the three-time Pro Bowler has been limited to attending meetings,
weight-room workouts and conditioning sessions with members of Cleveland's training staff.
That changes on Monday, when he'll be allowed to practice.
The Browns (3-5) play at Miami on Sunday and won't have their next on-field workout until Wednesday when Watson,
who will be eligible to play on Dec. 4 — against Houston — can rejoin his teammates.
“I’ve been waiting. We're still waiting. I’m ready to play with him,” "said Browns defensive end Jadeveon Clowney,
who was also Watson’s teammate with the Texans. ”I’ve played with him before.
He's a big energy booster for a team.
He can go out there make some crazy throws, make some plays,
and I think when he gets back we can open up our playbook with him a little different.
“It’s going to be exciting to see when he gets back.
I’m just ready for it.”