Tony Buzbee, reacting to Deshaun Watson's press conference, suggests that "many" could still file suit.

Deshaun Watson, Browns quarterback, held his first press conference since March 25, 2015.

Tony Buzbee, reacting to Deshaun Watson's press conference, suggests that "many" could still file suit.

Deshaun Watson, Browns quarterback, held his first press conference since March 25, 2015. Tony Buzbee, an attorney, issued the latest press release.

The bottom of the commentary is a warning about the possibility that additional lawsuits could be filed against Watson. 24 lawsuits are currently pending, and two more are anticipated.

Buzbee stated, via Jake Trotter at ESPN.com: "We were given the video of Watson's press conference." "We are grateful to the Cleveland market for its support of its new quarterback, Deshaun. We believe it is appropriate that Deshaun Watson should express regret or remorse for the way he treated the women. Some have sued, others not. It would be a good idea to attend counseling. "We have nothing to add on this subject."

What is the number of "many"? This will not be known until Watson receives the last massage. This is two years after the date that Watson received the last massage. This means that lawsuits can be filed up to the two-year anniversary for the first lawsuit. Assuming Watson did not stop arranging private massages via the social media after learning about the first lawsuit alleging sexual misconduct in massage therapy sessions.

The window will remain open until March 2023. Only then can we determine how many are "many" and how many women will sue Watson for inappropriate conduct during a massage session.

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