Deshaun Watson of the Browns provides vital update on his shoulder injury rehabilitation

In November of last year, Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson had surgery to fix a broken throwing shoulder, which ended his season. 

 The results of Watson's MRI showed that his right shoulder had a displaced glenoid fracture.

In order to prevent additional structural damage, the team doctors decided that Watson required emergency surgery.

The quarterback for the Browns has now told News Herald reporter Jeff Schudel that his rehabilitation is going swimmingly.

"Everything is going well," Watson remarked. Our current situation is ideal; it is exactly where we should be. There is still plenty of time to increase the intensity of our throwing exercises and similar activities, but so far, everything is running smoothly.

As a backup quarterback in case Watson isn't ready to go for the season opener or has additional injuries, the Browns signed Jameis Winston, formerly of the New Orleans Saints. 

Cleveland is putting its faith in Watson to live up to their expectations after trading for him, even though Winston is a top-tier NFL backup quarterback.

"Everything will be fine as long as I'm in good health and everyone is communicating clearly, including the doctors and physical therapists."

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