Watson previously caused a stir in mid-January with a similarly vague Twitter post:
Although the three-time Pro Bowl selection has made his desire to find a new team known, the Texans don't appear in any hurry to seriously consider offers.
"And, you know, we have zero interest in trading the player," general manager Nick Caserio told reporters in late January. "We have a great plan, a great vision for him and for this team and his role on our team. We look forward to the opportunity to spend more time with him here this spring."
His only recourse to put additional pressure on the Texans' front office would be sitting out regular-season games next fall, and the NFL Network's Michael Giardi reported that's a distinct possibility:
For now, the staredown continues, and Watson's every move will be analyzed until a resolution is found.