Jadeveon Clowney drawing sudden NFL free agency interest from Browns

The crew with the most remaining cap room in the NFL has been exhibiting fascination in probably the most effective player left on the absolutely free-agent marketplace.

The Cleveland Browns have positioned them selves as a possible suitor for Jadeveon Clowney, who has reduced his inquiring value from additional than $20 million per time to as minimal as $17 million, ESPN claimed.

“Some folks close to (the) league imagine Cleveland received nearer with Clowney than other suitors, however almost nothing eventually happened from latest talks,” ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler tweeted.

The Browns have a lot more than $43 million in readily available cap room and would be ready to develop far more if they slash previous Giants edge rusher Olivier Vernon, who has one particular yr remaining on his agreement at a $15.5 million cap hit. Cleveland also has Myles Garrett, who was suspended for the final six game titles of last time for swinging a helmet at Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph.

Clowney, the No. 1 all round select in the 2014 NFL Draft by the Houston Texans, had 3 sacks, four compelled fumbles and two defensive touchdowns in 13 online games in 2019, his to start with time with the Seattle Seahawks. He had totaled 24.5 sacks more than the former 3 seasons with the Texans.

The Seahawks and the Tennessee Titans also continue being fascinated in Clowney. The Jets – with a bit less than $17 million in cap space, in accordance to overthecap.com – are “highly unlikely” to go after him, The Post’s Brian Costello reported final week.