Published: Wed, April 05, 2017
Technology | By Timothy Carter

Deshaun Watson asked to leave Tuscaloosa bar

Deshaun Watson asked to leave Tuscaloosa bar

Multiple reports say Anderson and Gilberry told Watson to leave - but Anderson's rep tells TMZ Sports that's NOT the whole story.

"Bottom line, Ryan didn't ask Deshaun to leave", Broderick said, "and they have since talked after the incident".

As you would expect, emotions are still running high for the Alabama faithful and two former Crimson Tide players chose to heckle Watson while he was enjoying a meal.

A Tuscaloosa, Ala. bar apologized to Watson after video surfaced of the quarterback allegedly being asked to leave the establishment on Friday evening. Watson also completed 67.4% of his passes in his collegiate career.

The pub posted a Facebook statement apologizing for Watson's mistreatment.

The person who shot the video tweeted, "Everyone in the bar told him he was just unwelcome".

"Unfortunately a customer attempted to invoke the right to refuse service on our behalf and after being identified, was immediately asked to leave the premises following the incident", the bar wrote.

Another Tuscaloosa bar employee did tweet this about Watson.

Later, Watson was at Rounders, another popular Tuscaloosa bar among Alabama students, where he didn't appear to have any issues.

Allen will be in demand and will probably go higher than Watson, the quarterback he faced in two national championship games.

Watson is now preparing for the NFL Draft and will likely be a first-round selection and maybe even a top-10 pick. Watson and Clemson beat Alabama, 35-31, the second of the two games this past January on a last-second touchdown.

Gilberry will be entering his 10th season in the National Football League this fall.

Like this: