After a volatile offseason, where the Texans immediately released J.J. Watt, made two trades to add Shaq Lawson and Marcus Cannon, sign dozens of free agents, and restructure contracts to create space this offseason, and the complicated Deshaun Watson dilemma becoming even more complicated after sexual misconduct allegations were filed against him, Nick Caserio went on the Albert Breer podcast to talk about the Houston Texans.
On the podcast he talked about the current Deshaun Watson situation:
Texans GM Nick Caserio on Breer podcast asked about Watson: "I think we'll take it one day at a time, and I think everything is pretty fluid here, and we'll adjust as we go, and ultimately I think we'll do what we feel is best for the Houston Texans organizationally." pic.twitter.com/ISFkXWR3SS— Rivers McCown (@riversmccown) March 30, 2021
This also came after Caserio spoke about the Watson situation on Texans All-Access, and confirmed that the Texans are taking the allegations seriously.
Texans GM Nick Caserio on Deshaun Watson situation: "It's a legal process ... We certainly take them very seriously. The allegations, what's been discussed, are certainly troubling. Organizationally that's not something that we can condone ... those types of actions." pic.twitter.com/rdkfieeLda— Rivers McCown (@riversmccown) March 30, 2021
And of course, Jack Easterby’s current role and continued role with the Houston Texans.
Texans GM Nick Caserio on Jack Easterby's role: "I can't really speak about what has happened in the past relative to his role ... Jack's an important part of what we're doing, and I think we should all be grateful that he's here and he's got plenty of responsibility." pic.twitter.com/RqfbUGwyvr— Rivers McCown (@riversmccown) March 30, 2021
Although Caserio didn’t divulge too much, it’s always interesting to get a general manager’s perspective on their team’s outlook, especially when it’s the general manager of your favorite team.