Deshaun Watson

Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson may not be available to play until the team’s Week 13 matchup with the Houston Texans and not eligible to practice until Nov. 14, but as of now, he’s allowed to attend meetings and receive treatment at the facility. And the Browns are making the most of his time in the facilities.

According to Cleveland Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski, the Browns are taking it “day-by-day” with what he’s allowed to do in the facilities.

“We’ll work through what we’re allowed to do with him for the foreseeable future,” Stefanski said, via Chris Easterling of the Akron Beacon Journal. “I believe he’s in the meeting rooms with our guys and he’s in there with the guys right now, which is great for him and us to have him back with his teammates. I know he can’t be out on the field and working out just yet with guys, so we’ll just take that one day by day.”

Even though Watson isn’t able to work out with the team at practice, Stefanski revealed that he’s been staying in shape physically and said that he’s glad to be able to get him back with the team in some capacity.

“He’s in a good spot,” Stefanski said. “I think he worked real hard, was in town working locally, making sure he was staying on top of it physically. Now he just has to catch up a little bit in the meeting room.”

It sounds like as soon as he’s able, Watson will be Cleveland’s starting quarterback.

[Akron Beacon Journal]