Dating as far as back his college football days with the Clemson Tigers, Deshaun Watson has been one of the most exciting quarterback talents to play the game in recent memory.
The current Houston Texans starting QB's athleticism and strength have been apparent to opposing defenses and fans alike for quite some time, and the thought of those skills improving to an even higher level is mind-boggling.
However, a recent workout video that Watson has shared on his Instagram story shows us that he's well on his way to achieving this very feat.
While it may not be possible to say with certainty just how much weight he is squatting from this video clip alone, it's safe to say that it's quite a lot. Yet, Watson is powering his way up and down seemingly with relative ease. For a guy who tore his ACL back in 2017, that's especially impressive.
Watson has a new challenge ahead of him in Houston for the 2020 NFL season now that his top receiving threat in DeAndre Hopkins was shipped off to the Arizona Cardinals this offseason.
However, it appears he's already putting in some serious work to be the best that he can be, with or without one of the league's top WR weapons at his disposal.
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