HOUSTON (SportsRadio 610) -- Deshaun Watson returned to Texans training camp Monday morning after missing five practices last week.
Watson had been absent for unexplained reasons, though he was seen with trainers last week.
But on Monday, he was seen walking on the practice field and speaking briefly with first-year general manager Nick Caserio.
Even with Watson at practice Monday, nothing is believed to have changed about his status and standing with the team.
Watson still wants to be traded, and the Texans are still open to moving him for the right price.
What's holding them back remains his ongoing legal situation. Watson is facing 22 civil lawsuits alleging sexual assault and harassment, mostly during massage therapy sessions.
The Houston Police Department is also investigating 10 complaints against Watson, though no charges have been filed.
In addition, the NFL is investigating Watson, but indicated last month it would not interfere with the legal process and that the quarterback is still allowed the play -- at least for now.