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The season for Cleveland Browns quarterback DeShaun Watson is officially over, as he underwent surgery to correct a shoulder injury. He aggravated it during his team's come from behind win over the Baltimore Ravens this past weekend.
For Watson, it's a disappointing setback, but he plans on returning stronger and better than ever.
"It's very tough, I'm hurt about it," Watson said Wednesday, per the Chronicle-Telegram and Media Gazette. "I'm going to make sure I keep my head above water and stay in touch with all the guys. I'll support them as much as I can and attack this rehab process after the surgery and be beneficial for this team while not being on the field with them and also prepping for next year."
"Very confident," Watson said when asked about coming back and playing at a high level. "Very confident in the doctors doing the surgery and the rehab. Very confident in the rehab and my mindset and my determination to get back stronger."
Watson is entering the second year of the hefty, $230 million contract that was given to him by the Browns.