Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson suspended 6 games for disregarding NFL's own lead strategy

Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson will serve a six-game suspension for disregarding

the association's very own direct approach following allegations of sexual unfortunate behavior, disciplinary official Sue L.

Robinson governed Monday, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Watson won't be fined, the source told Schefter.

Robinson's exhaustive 15-page end expressed that however Watson abused the individual direct arrangement

there was insufficient proof to legitimize an endless suspension, a source told ESPN's Jeremy Fowler.

Sources told Schefter the decision depended on 32 past suspensions under the association's very own lead strategy beginning around 2015.

In 21 of those cases, the association suspended the player for six games,

counting the instances of Derrius Guice and Johnny Manziel. Greg Hardy was suspended for four games.