Deshaun Watson practiced with the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday for the first time since Aug. 30. But with the quarterback sidelined for two more games as part of his 11-game suspension, coach Kevin Stefanski said the team's priority remains preparing quarterback Jacoby Brissett to play.
"This is the next step for [Watson]; it's good to have him back on the field," Stefanski said. "But the most important thing right now is getting ready for Buffalo and getting Jacoby ready."
Since Oct. 10, Watson has been allowed to sit in on team meetings and work out at the Browns' training facility. But until Wednesday, Watson had left the training facility when the Browns practiced, throwing and practicing on his own, the story said. The team is expected to start Watson in Week 13 at Houston.