One writer claims the Cleveland Browns lowballed Jadeveon Clowney
Jadeveon Clowney is clearly valuing himself more than any NFL team is right now — including the Cleveland Browns. Recent reports suggest that the Browns have lowered their offer to the free-agent defensive end, now offering him $15 million for one season.
This came not long after it was believed Cleveland was the lone team offering Clowney more than one season on a contract, which is something he reportedly desires.
Even without looking at the length, Josh Hill of FanSided believes the Browns lowballed the former No. 1 overall pick.
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"“According to Albert Breer, the Cleveland Browns are willing to offer Clowney $15 million for one season, which seems like a lot but is way under what the defensive end is asking for.It’s an incredible moment where a dollar amount as massive as the one floated to Clowney is actually a lowball offer.”"
It does feel weird to call $15 million a lowball offer and at this point, it’s not surprising that Clowney’s offers are dwindling. He doesn’t seem to be doing himself any favors, so going low at this point is only natural.
"“Tuesday afternoon Johnson tweeted out a picture of Rashard Higgins working out with him, along with a few other NFL talents. Higgins recently signed a new short-term contract with the Cleveland Browns.”"
In addition to working out with Rashard Higgins, Chad Johnson tweeted out some of the best receiver duos in the NFL and out a diamond emoji with a picture of Odell Beckham, Jr. and Jarvis Landry. Clearly, he understands they have something special about them.
Dan Justik believes Cleveland would be doing the right thing by locking up defensive end Myles Garrett. It has been said the two sides are discussing a new deal but there’s also a strong possibility that discussion doesn’t provide any new contract just yet.
Elliot Kennel looks at the Browns hiring practice in the front office and coaching ranks as well as their history with brining in African American players when no one else would. He praises the team for their dedication to building a diverse organization.