The Cleveland Browns have reinstated quarterback Deshaun Watson into the fold. Backup QB Josh Dobbs was released to make room for Watson. This moves Jacoby Brissett to QB2 and Kellen Mond as QB3.
Banners of current star players have been a mainstay at most NFL stadiums either on the exterior or along the numerous walkways under the seating areas where the concessions and restrooms are available.
Not to waste any time getting the word out, the Browns installed a Deshaun Watson banner on the exterior of FirstEnergy Stadium on the same day he was reinstated.
they are quick w/ it i guess. i don’t think this was there yesterday. pic.twitter.com/xtWaznjYPE— gabb goudy (@gabbgoudy) November 28, 2022
The banner rests alongside Cleveland’s best player, Myles Garrett.
The banner actually has been on the stadium since his suspension. The other side is printed orange with three brown stripes and two center white stripes. Against the Buccaneers, this backside design was showing. On Monday, it was flipped.
This was from the Jets game. Not sure about yesterday pic.twitter.com/thaK4E0rWd— Nicholas Shade (@NickjShady) November 28, 2022
Watson will play his first game in almost two years this coming Sunday against his former team, the Houston Texans, who traded Watson to Cleveland this past offseason.