Ten women have now filed complaints with Houston police about Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson, according to Watson's attorney, Rusty Hardin.
"There are 10 women that have made complaints to the [Houston] police," Hardin said.
Eight of the women, according to Hardin, are among the 22 women who have alleged in lawsuits that Watson sexually assaulted them or engaged in sexually inappropriate behavior during massage sessions.
Two of the women who have filed complaints with Houston police, Hardin said, have not filed lawsuits against Watson.
Hardin said Watson and his legal team have fully cooperated with Houston police and with the Harris County District Attorney's office.
In a statement released to ESPN on Monday, Houston attorney Tony Buzbee, who represents the 22 women suing Watson, said he and his legal team continue to handle "22 civil cases that make very serious and specific allegations.".
If Watson were to reach a settlement with any or all of the women who are suing him, Hardin reiterated his desire to make any settlement public and said Watson would not sign any settlement that includes a confidentiality agreement