Texans ‘working hard’ on extension for Watson

Houston Texans head coach Bill O’Brien said the franchise is “working hard” to complete a contract extension with quarterback Deshaun Watson.Watson, a first-round pick in 2017, is officially eligible for a contract extension for the first time. That window opened at the official start of the NFL league year in March.”Deshaun is a great player, an even better person, and we want him here for a long time,” O’Brien said on Friday. “… I know that we’re working hard. We’re not going to really talk about it in the media, but obviously we feel so strongly about him and the future of him in this offense, in this organization, and we want him here for a long time.”Watson was drafted 12th overall in 2017, two picks behind Patrick Mahomes, who went to the Kansas City Chiefs.He’s due to make $4.4 million in 2020, but the tag to keep a prime quarterback has gone up exponentially in the past year.Russell Wilson of the Seahawks was the highest-paid passer in the NFL at $35 million per season before Mahomes’ monster 10-year deal worth up to $503 million with Kansas City earlier this month.

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