Deshaun Watson is on the trading block, as the Houston Texans appear ready to trade and move on from the quarterback.

A few NFL teams are believed to be interested, with the Philadelphia Eagles being one of them. However, according to Pro Football Talk, citing a league source, the Carolina Panthers are quietly keeping an eye on the signal caller, even though they traded for Sam Darnold in the offseason. The question here would be whether Watson’s contract can be obtained at a reasonable amount or not.

Watson is currently facing 22 civil lawsuits and 10 criminal complaints from women who claim that the quarterback sexually assaulted them putting his future up in the air. Obviously, this is giving teams pause, because the evidence is expected to be presented to a grand jury.

The Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos have been two other teams who have had rumored interest in Watson. The Texans, it seems, want a substantial return in a trade for the quarterback.

“The Texans aren’t getting the high price they’re asking for him right now which is supposed to be five assets, three draft picks and two starting-caliber players,” Robinson said this week on Yahoo Sports’ You Pod To Win The Game podcast. “That’s just not out there for the Texans right now. They’re not going to get it unless they find a franchise in dire straits with absolutely nothing to lose on or off the field. How many of those types of teams is Deshaun Watson going to play for? I don’t even think if you find a desperate trade partner that finishes this.”