Source: Watson's hearing over after three days

by Ricardo Gutierrez - Deshaun Watson's hearing before the NFL and NFL Players Association's jointly appointed disciplinary officer, Sue L. Robinson, has concluded after three days.

Source: Deshaun Watson's disciplinary hearing over after three days, no timetable for ruling 6:02 PM ET Jake TrotterESPN Staff Writer Close Covers the Big 12 Joined ESPN.com in 2011 Graduate of Washington & Lee University Deshaun Watson 's hearing before the NFL and NFL Players Association's jointly appointed disciplinary officer, Sue L. Robinson, has finished after three days, a source told ESPN's Dan Graziano on Thursday. Watson's hearing began Tuesday morning and ended Thursday evening. Watson has been accused by 25 women of actions ranging from sexual assault to inappropriate behavior during massage sessions. The NFL has been pushing for a suspension of at least a year, according to Graziano, who reported that both sides engaged in multiple attempts to reach a settlement while the hearing was still happening, but remain unable to agree. According to Graziano, Robinson asked for post-hearing briefs, which will be due the week of July 11. Editor's Picks Suit vs. Texans alleges team 'enabled' Watson 2d Jake Trotter and John Barr Mayfield on Browns: Both sides have moved on 2d Jake Trotter Lawyer says 20 lawsuits against Watson settled 9d Sarah Barshop 2 Related There is no set timeline for Robinson's decision. A source told Graziano that Robinson is expected "to take her time." If either the union or league appeals the decision, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell or his designee "will issue a written decision that will constitute full, final and complete disposition of the dispute,'' per terms of Article 46 in the collective bargaining agreement. One of the 25 lawsuits was dropped after the judge ruled the petition had to be amended with the plaintiff's name. Watson and 20 of the other plaintiffs agreed to settle the lawsuits last week. On Monday, one of the four active civil lawsuits was amended to name the Houston Texans as a defendant. That day, attorney Tony Buzbee, who at one time represented all 25 women, said in a statement that "the overwhelming evidence collected indicating that the Houston Texans enabled Watson's behavior is incredibly damning." Two grand juries in Texas declined to pursue criminal charges against Watson earlier this year. Watson has maintained his innocence. The Texans traded Watson to the Browns in March after the first grand jury announced it would not indict Watson.