At the start of free agency in mid-March, Edge Jadeveon Clowney was one of the best free agents.
With the offseason burden shifted to the 2020 NFL draft, Clowney is still one of the best free agents.
A potential contender has been the Titans. Although the chances of Clowney joining Tennessee have apparently faded, it looks like there is at least one more chance.
“We’ll see,” Titans general manager Jon Robinson said on Friday on the Titans’ official podcast via the team’s website. “As I said a few weeks ago, we had discussions there and we had a two-way dialogue. You never close the door to anything. “
In his first five seasons with the Texans, Clowney made three Pro Bowls after Houston used the No. 1 overall pick on him to start the 2014 draft. Traded to the Seahawks before last season, Clowney only gathered only three sacks, but he is still considered by many to be an impact player – evidenced by his 1.5 sacks in two playoff games for Seattle in the last playoffs. However, he remains without a team to call home for now.
As unlikely as it may be, the 27-year-old could still find his way to AFC South.
Again, that is unlikely, but the door remains ajar, according to Robinson.
“I don’t think there’s anything imminent about the work,” said Robinson. “But we will continue to try to work on things and see how they go. “