Deshaun Watson, Cleveland Browns quarterback, will be suspended for six games after violating the league’s personal conduct policy
According to a source, Sue L. Robinson was the disciplinary officer and ruled Monday.
Schefter was told by a source that Watson would not be punished.
Robinson's 15-page comprehensive conclusion stated that Watson had violated the personal conduct policies.
According to Jeremy Fowler, a source, there wasn't enough evidence to warrant an indefinite suspension.
Watson can return to the Browns' Oct. 23 match at Baltimore.
Sources close to Watson feel six games is excessive, but they respect the decision.
Each side would be allowed to appeal within three days.
Watson was the most active member of the first-team offense during the first week.
However, Stefanski said that the Browns may "revisit" their plans following Robinson's ruling.