The Philadelphia Eagles have been one of many teams that been mentioned as possible trade partners to acquire Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson, despite him being accused of sexual assault by 22 different women.

According to Aaron Wilson, formerly of the Baltimore Sun and the Houston Chronicle, Watson would waive his no-trade clause for the Miami Dolphins, but not so much for the Eagles.

“Watson would waive his no-trade clause for the Dolphins, according to multiple sources, just as he would have for the Carolina Panthers. However, the Panthers, per sources, are sticking with quarterback Sam Darnold at this time after acquiring him in a trade from the New York Jets. The Denver Broncos are sticking with quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.

And the Philadelphia Eagles, whose general manager Howie Roseman has conducted extensive due diligence into Watson’s complicated off-field situation, as have other NFL teams, aren’t one of the teams Watson would waive his no-trade clause for, according to league sources.”