Deshaun Watson‘s business manager, Bryan Burney, recently liked a tweet promoting the New York Jets as his client’s next destination.
The slightest Deshaun Watson movement from here on out will have the NFL world stand very still. Any action that shows a favorable view of the New York Jets will have their fans collectively lose their minds.
Watson’s business manager, Bryan Burney, decided to help many of those Jets fans into a state of hysteria recently when he liked a tweet promoting the Jets as his client’s next NFL destination.
Burney liked WFAN Craig Carton’s tweet suggesting the Jets and the Watson camp “make this happen.”
— Craig Carton (@craigcartonlive) January 17, 2021
“Hey @nyjets my main man @deshaunwatson is in NYC right now … hit his agent up and let’s make this happen. @AnswerNYC PS nice ride PIF.”
The @AnswerNYC is Burney, Watson’s business manager. It isn’t his agent, David Mulugheta, who works for the Athletes First agency.
What does it all mean? Nothing, really.
Burney can like or retweet anything he’d like. Officially speaking, he’s neither endorsing nor disapproving of the tweet’s content. That’s the official view. The unofficial view leaves the Jets fan’s mouth watering for more.
Burney seems to be located in Brooklyn, NY, when looking at his current city on Twitter. His handle even has the NYC included. So Burney, possibly as a born and bred New Yorker, could simply love the idea of Watson to the Jets.
The craziness began with Bleacher Report’s Adam Lefkoe pulled an Instagram video of Watson gifting Burney with a brand new BMW.
Forget the drama, @deshaunwatson is taking care of his people.
Last night, Deshaun surprised his agent @AnswerNyc with a new car.
— Adam Lefkoe (@AdamLefkoe) January 15, 2021
This is nothing new for the disgruntled Houston Texans star. In late December, he made sure he shouted out pride over his agent’s status as the “most powerful agent in the NFL.”
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The stud quarterback takes care of his own.
Again, what does it all mean? Nothing, really. The most that can be said is that Watson’s business manager loves New York. (He must love Watson, too, for a car isn’t any run-of-the-mill gift.)
The madness will only increase from this point forward.