HOUSTON (CW39) — Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson has settled three of his four remaining lawsuits with women accusing him of sexual misconduct, according to a statement released by attorney Tony Buzbee on Monday morning.

The statement was released by the women’s attorney hours before Watson is to learn his NFL punishment and if he did violate the league’s personal conduct policy.

“After lengthy and intense negotiations, I can confirm that, late last night, our team resolved three of the four remaining cases with Deshaun Watson,” Buzbee said in the statement. He also said he would continue to discuss the remaining case with Watson’s legal team.

“This case started because one woman had the fortitude to step forward and make her voice heard. Her courage inspired others with the same experience,” Buzbee continued. “None of this saga would have occurred without that one brave voice. One person can make a difference.

On Sunday, sources confirm to Nexstar’s WJW that a decision is expected Monday on whether or not Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson will be suspended.

It’s been a month since Watson’s disciplinary hearing was held in front of the hearing officer, former Federal Judge Sue. L. Robinson. Robinson is expected to decide if Watson violated the NFL’s personal conduct policy and if he did, should he be suspended.

Twenty-four women sued Watson claiming sexual misconduct during massage sessions. Watson settled 20 of the 24 lawsuits last month. Details of the settlements are confidential.

About half of the women, who have filed lawsuits, spoke to league investigators. Watson also spent several days talking to NFL investigators.

Watson and his attorneys have said he cooperated fully with investigators. Watson has maintained the allegations made against him were false.

Once the judge’s decision is announced, both sides can decide if they want to appeal her decision.

He faces no criminal charges.

Ten women filed criminal reports against him. The cases were presented to two Texas grand juries, which declined to indict Watson on any criminal charges.

Watson, who played for four seasons with Houston before being traded to Cleveland in March, has been practicing with the Browns while Robinson has spent weeks trying to determine whether the three-time Pro Bowl quarterback violated the NFL’s personal conduct policy and whether to impose discipline.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.