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Jadeveon Clowney says his choice to join the Tennessee Titans came down to the chance to reunite with coach Mike Vrabel.
RENTON – The Seahawks’ long dalliance with Jadeveon Clowney finally over, Seattle coach Pete Carroll finally felt comfortable Monday to shed some light on how the negotiations unfolded.
One of the key questions hanging over the Seahawks as they head into the summer ends with one that was also hanging over their heads as they headed into the winter and spring — what’s going to happen with defensive end Jadeveon Clowney?
Are there any remaining free agents that the Seahawks could sign? Well, there’s one really obvious one, but there are a few others, as well.
The Jadeveon Clowney watch is now almost 3 months old with no definite end in sight. But that doesn’t mean all is necessarily quiet.
Bruce Irvin is used to shouldering lofty expectations. That’s part of the burden that comes with being a first-round draft pick, as the defensive end was for Seattle back in 2012.
First, John Schneider talked, and I was convinced Jadeveon Clowney’s days in Seattle were over.
It’s been a little while since there’s been anything new in regards to the future of Jadeveon Clowney, the defensive lineman the Seahawks acquired to much fanfare last August with the hope he might anchor their pass rush for years to come.
Whether Jadeveon Clowney will remain a member of the Seahawks in 2020 remains unclear.
Could we be getting closer to some resolution to the future of Seahawks free agent defensive end Jadeveon Clowney?
We’re two weeks into the NFL free-agent signing period – players were first allowed to negotiate with teams on March 16 – and the pace of activity is predictably beginning to slow.
As of Saturday, the Clowney watch is now on day 13, which seems a fitting time for an update. Not that there appears to be much of one.
While the Seahawks continued to wait for some resolution to the Jadeveon Clowney situation Sunday, the team added yet another veteran offensive lineman, agreeing to terms with guard Chance Warmack.
Day 6 of the NFL free-agent signing period opened Saturday morning with seemingly promising news for the Seahawks – a report from Pro Football Talk that the team was “moving toward a new deal” with defensive end Jadeveon Clowney.
As day four of the NFL free-agency negotiating/signing period opened Thursday, the Seahawks’ biggest question – the fate of defensive end Jadeveon Clowney – became one that may not be answered for far longer than anticipated.
Whether defensive end Jadeveon Clowney re-signs remains the biggest question facing the Seahawks as free agency looms ever nearer.
Shocking news from the Seahawks here at the NFL combine Tuesday – they’d like to re-sign Jadeveon Clowney!
While he’s become one of the top quarterbacks in the time since Russell Wilson was last in the Super Bowl, the gap without a championship game appearance is becoming more noticeable and tougher for the highest-paid player in the NFL to accept.
When Clowney is healthy, he has had more impact on the Seahawks’ success than anybody not named Russell Wilson.
The high point of Jadeveon Clowney’s four months with the Seahawks occurred the last time Seattle played the 49ers, a spectacular performance that earned him NFC Defensive Player of the Week honors and seemed to herald a turnaround for the Seahawks defense.