The NFL and the NFL Players Association on Thursday arrived at a settlement in the Deshaun Watson disciplinary matter

concurring that the Cleveland Browns quarterback will serve a 11-game suspension without pay after he was charged by multiple dozen ladies of sexual unfortunate behavior during rub meetings.

Watson will likewise pay a fine of $5 million and go through compulsory assessment by social specialists and follow their proposed treatment program.

Watson's fine and commitments from both the NFL and Browns of $1 million each will make an asset to help philanthropic associations in the United States

"that teach youngsters on solid connections, advance training and anticipation of sexual unfortunate behavior and attack, support survivors, and related causes," the NFL said in declaring the settlement.