Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson played in a freshman season game for the first time in 700 days.

Since then a lot has happened on and off the field.

Watson has been accused of sexual misconduct by more than 20 women during massage therapy sessions.

Since returning to the team, Watson has refused to speak on non-football issues.

He was asked by reporters after Sunday's game whether he was able to say today

that he was sorry for the conduct that led to his suspension.

Watson's decision not to address the situation stands in stark

contrast to his willingness to talk about it earlier this year.

On the day Wah agreed to accept the number for 11 days and pay five $1 fines.

Watson maintained his innocence that day and has since done seemingly nothing to change that position.