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As quarterback Deshaun Watson returns to camp, Texans general manager David Culley says he has “no opinion” on his preseason appearances.

Deshaun Watson, the embattled Houston Texans quarterback, returned to practice Monday after missing almost a week of team exercises, but fans shouldn’t consider his presence this week as a sign of what’s to come in the coming season.
When reporters inquired if the Texans planned to play Watson in the preseason, first-year coach David Culley had little to say during a press conference on Tuesday.
DESHAUN WATSON’S ACCUSER DISCUSSES MASSAGE REQUESTS IN GRAPHIC DETAIL “No comment,” he replied on the NFL Network.
The inquiry was in response to general manager Nick Caserio’s statements the day before, in which he stated that Watson would most likely not fly to Green Bay to play in the Packers’ first preseason game.
On Tuesday, Culley reaffirmed that sentiment.
“He’s unlikely to play in the game for sure,” Culley said, “so we’ll make a judgment later in the week as to what’s going to happen with that.”
The allegations are being investigated by Houston police and the NFL, but no charges have been filed.
This article was written with the help of the Associated Press.