• Deshaun Watson could find ways to leave Houston despite no-trade clause
  • The Dolphins could offer Tagovailoa and more to acquire Watson
  • Watson miffed at Texans' move to leave him out of the decision-making process

Deshaun Watson of the Houston Texans is believed to be unhappy, and most know that an NFL trade could happen.

But considering that there is a no-trade clause in place, it would take much for the three-time Pro Bowler to change zip codes.

Speculations on Watson’s future have started and one team has already been singled out. They are the Miami Dolphins where the Texans could get rookie Tua Tagovailoa in return aside from future picks.

Laremy Tunsil could be included in the package too, assuming Miami is seriously interested in taking in the 25-year-old play-caller, NBC Sports reported.

A potential Watson trade was further backed when Chris Mortensen of ESPN pointed out the 2020 NFL Passing Yards leader in a tweet.

He cites sources alleging that Watson is indeed pretty unhappy, singling out the hiring practices as one of the reasons behind it.

The Texans hired Nick Caseiro as the team’s new general manager, a move that did not involve Watson. The 25-year-old wanted to have a more active role in the search for a new general manager, but his intent fell on deaf ears.

He reacted to the new Texans GM announcement on social media, stating: “Some things never change…”

It appears Watson wanted the Texans to consider Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy for the head coaching vacancy. That never happened and is believed to be one of the reasons why the former Clemson product is pretty unhappy.

With Watson believed to be unhappy, a potential trade has been suggested. As of this writing, the 12th pick of the 2017 NFL Draft has not hinted at any trade request although it cannot be discounted that he could play hardball with the Texans at some point.

If it comes to that, Tagovailoa could be a sensible return for the disgruntled quarterback although Houston will need time to mold the 22-year-old.

Tagovailoa has had his share of bright moments this NFL season, shutting off concerns about his health.

Before the 2020 NFL Draft, most cast doubts on Tagovailoa who was coming off a hip injury. But as most probably know by now, the Samoan-American has proven himself worthy in the NFL–including spells where he started for the Dolphins instead of Ryan Fitzpatrick.

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Quarterback Deshaun Watson #4 of the Houston Texans reacts against the Philadelphia Eagles in the first half at Lincoln Financial Field on December 23, 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Brett Carlsen/Getty Images