Jadeveon Clowney says he has not made a decision

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Forty-five minutes after Jadeveon Clowney reportedly was expected to sign with the Titans, the pass rusher still does not have a new home.

PFT reported the deal is “not done,” according to a source, and now comes confirmation straight from the player.

Clowney told NFL reporter Josina Anderson that he “still has not made a decision. Teams are still calling.”

So until a deal is done, it’s not. Clowney still might reach agreement with the Titans, but he hasn’t yet. That gives the Saints (and any other team) time to make a last pitch/offer.

The Saints have made a strong push in recent days, and the Seahawks always have kept the door open for Clowney’s return.

33 responses to “Jadeveon Clowney says he has not made a decision

  1. Whichever teams ends up signing and over paying Clowney will quickly come to the realization that he’s just a shell of his former self and not worth the money. So hopefully it’s Seattle.

  2. If I was the titans I would withdrawl my offer from this clown. The audacity of him “weighing his options” after he sat all off season without any teams knocking his door down. This isn’t JJ Watt or a actual premiere pass rusher we are talking about here but yet he views himself as one. As they say the stats don’t lie.

  3. As a Seahawks fan who lives in Houston, I wouldn’t sign Clowney this year. He is perennially injured and without a preseason, he will likely never be fully fit this year.

  4. Well, he found 2 teams willing to buy the Brooklyn Bridge. May whichever team who signs him enjoy paying 10 million a year for his penalty killing antics.

  5. I’m not a Clowney fan, especially being a Eagles fan. But some are too quick to judge him by him not being a double digit sack guy. Sacks are overrated. His “impact plays” are underrated. He’s very good vs the run and he gets QB hits and pressures on the regular. He isn’t worth 20 mill but a 10-14 mill per yr is about right.

  6. Seattle knows exactly who he is and what he is capable of. He wants to be back in Seattle. But they aren’t going to budge and pay him anywhere near double digit millions. My bet is he lands with Tennessee on a one year 14 million dollar deal.

  7. Espn reporter says signed with titans. Nfl reports undecided.
    Like Alvin Kamera news all over again. Someone putting out incorrect information.

  8. This isn’t about his hit on Wentz, which was horrible, but I’ve always felt he’s been a bust. Injuries. No heart. Enormous talent but he’s underachieved.

  9. Overpaid?: Probably.
    A disruptive force on defense? Absolutely.
    A difference-maker over the course of a season? Doubtful.
    A locker room distraction and drama seeker? Most definitely.

  10. Clowney has “hidden production” just like Leonard Williams had when he was with the Jets.
    Remember him? A high draft pick, good run stuffer, got a handful of sacks, and wanted to get paid like he was Aaron Donald.
    The Jets unloaded him on the Giants, who actually tagged him.
    Just like Clowney.
    I
    d pay him 8MM because he’s missed the entire pre-season.
    Even then I’m not sure he’s worth it.

  11. A lot of teams clamouring for a player who’s never had double digit sacks and played in all 16 games just once in six seasons.

  12. kyzmyn2 says:
    September 5, 2020 at 9:16 pm
    Espn reporter says signed with titans. Nfl reports undecided.
    Like Alvin Kamera news all over again. Someone putting out incorrect information.
    __________

    Josina Anderson is the common denominator

  13. atwatercrushesokoye says:
    September 5, 2020 at 10:11 pm
    A lot of teams clamouring for a player who’s never had double digit sacks and played in all 16 games just once in six seasons
    ____________

    Makes you wonder if “a lot of teams” know that stats aren’t the only relevant measure of a good player.

  14. This guy has redefined the term ‘one hit wonder’. How many millions has he made off that one hit he made in college. Guy is an average DE on his best day.

  15. I’m a fan of his. I believe he hurt his reputation playing injured last season and the only great game was one he was not feeling pain. He pressured the QB and stopped the run with the best of the. His sacks were lacking as he was “inches” slower than needed. Watch him dominate this year & im sure the teams trying to sign him know what they potentially would be getting. I’m still hoping it’s Seahawks.

  16. Clowney fired his agent about a week ago now he has 3 contracts in front of him and doesn’t know which one is best. He probably needs time to find someone who knows how to read and understand contract language.

  17. If he was truly the impact player that his agent believe he is, he would still be playing for the Texans, earning 20-25M/year on a long-term deal.

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