It’s been a tough week for Deshaun Watson.

First, there was a New York Times report with new details on a protracted legal battle.

But then Deshaun Watson just got the worst news of his life and Browns fans were stunned.

Watson, 26, was previously cleared of any criminal charges in Texas.

According to KPRC-2 in Houston, the quarterback’s legal problems are snowballing, saying, “Legal woes continue for former Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson as attorney Tony Buzbee is in the process of filing two more lawsuits against the embattled NFL star. The amount of accusers is rising after more women come forward, claiming that Watson had inappropriate contact with them during massage therapy sessions.”

Earlier this year, Watson reportedly pleaded the fifth in several civil suits.

A report from The New York Times said that Watson had met with roughly 66 massage therapists between 2019 and 2021.

A key element in Watson’s frequent habit of booking massage therapists, possibly for sexual favors is the Houston Texans’ awareness of Watson’s doings, but the team has repeatedly denied any knowledge of this.

This adds more questions to the legal back and forth between Watson and the growing list of women that have accused Watson of the illegal activity and reprimanded the NFL for giving someone who set up questionable and possibly illegal massage therapy appointments a five-year, $230 million contract.

Despite the Texans’ account that allegations against Watson did not surface until March 2021, The Times’ report recorded 66 individual massage therapist bookings between “fall 2019 through spring 2021.”

Although Watson booked his appointments apart from the team’s resources, he visited the Houstonian — a hotel and club utilized by the Texans — to host several of the meetings.

One woman stated that during her visit to the Houstonian to meet Watson for an appointment, she was directed toward a room “registered to a member of the Texans’ training staff.”

Watson also got into trouble because he offered premature NDAs as part of the massage appointments after one woman threatened to go public with text interactions.

Watson could land on the commissioner’s exempt list as a punishment from the league and with new lawsuits pouring in from week to week, Cleveland’s expectations of watching their $230 million quarterback hit the field in September continue to wane.

Sports with Balls will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.