Deshaun Watson might finally get the trade he’s been seeking. The Miami Dolphins could be on the verge of acquiring the Houston Texans’ quarterback, according to reports.

A deal sending Watson to Miami could be done this week, the Houston Chronicle reported. The Dolphins may be more determined to land the quarterback because of their recent losing streak, which extended to five games in Week 6 with a loss against the previously winless Jacksonville Jaguars.

Miami has been linked to Watson since he asked for a trade after the 2020 season. There were rumors that the Dolphins were still exploring a trade for Watson at the start of the season, even though the 26-year-old faces more than 20 accusations of sexual harassment or assault. 

Watson is healthy but has not taken a snap in any of Houston’s six games.

At the end of September, Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer said the Texans lowered their asking price in a trade for Watson. Before the draft in April, Houston reportedly turned down a trade package that included three first-round picks and three third-rounders.

Both the Texans and Dolphins have a 1-5 record heading into Week 7.

Second-year quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has been a disappointment for Miami. Last year’s No. 5 overall pick has thrown for 544 yards, three touchdowns, two interceptions and has an 86.7 passer rating this season. Tagovailoa missed three games with fractured ribs.

The Dolphins took Tagovailoa one pick ahead of Justin Herbert, who looks like a franchise quarterback for the Los Angeles Chargers.

If a trade doesn’t happen this week, Miami and Houston have until the Nov. 2 deadline to agree upon a deal.

Deshaun Watson Houston Texans Deshaun Watson #4 of the Houston Texans in action against the Tennessee Titans during a game at NRG Stadium on January 03, 2021 in Houston, Texas. Photo: Carmen Mandato/Getty Images