Free agent Jadeveon Clowney eyes DallasBy Amber Lee
Jadeveon Clowney remains a free agent more than three months after free agency began. After a quiet offseason for one of the NFL’s most talented edge rushers, could he now be looking to sign with the Dallas Cowboys?
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Clowney came into the offseason seeking a market-setting contract and wanting to sign with a Super Bowl contender. Now that the three-time Pro Bowl selection’s dreams of a huge deal are gone, he seems to be focused on joining a championship-caliber roster.
According to Pro Football Network’s Tony Pauline, Clowney would now be happy signing a “decent” one-year offer with a playoff contender. Right at the top of his wish list, the Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints.
However, per Pauline, it’s not known whether or not the Saints or Cowboys would be interested in signing him this late in the summer. It would be particularly difficult given both teams likely don’t have the cap space to offer him what he wants.
While Clowney’s market hasn’t been robust this offseason, the 27-year-old has drawn interest from a few contenders. The Cleveland Browns, Philadelphia Eagles, Baltimore Ravens, Seattle Seahawks and Tennessee Titans have each discussed signing Clowney.