Cleveland Browns

Browns sign Jadeveon Clowney to one-year deal worth up to $10M


The Browns are signing Clowney to a one-year deal worth up to $10 million, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday.


The signing followed a passed physical for Clowney, whose 2020 season ended prematurely due to a knee injury.


The signing of Clowney brings a resolution to what has been a flirtation of sorts between the edge rusher and the Browns that dates back to last offseason.


The 2020 campaign spent in Tennessee proved to be a lost one for Clowney, who again hit the market with a significantly lower value in 2021.


The addition of Clowney is the latest in a series of moves made by general manager Andrew Berry to achieve such a goal, joining the likes of safety John Johnson , cornerback Troy Hill , linebacker Anthony Walker , defensive tackle Malik Jackson and defensive end Takkarist McKinley as new additions.


1 overall pick Myles Garrett as tandem edge rushers in Cleveland's 4-3 scheme, giving the Browns the scenario they imagined when they first pursued Clowney last offseason.






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