Jadeveon Clowney has a lot to prove this season after not getting the big contract he thought he would in free agency.
As he gets set to take the field for his first year with the Cleveland Browns — we got a picture of how he is looking and it is absolutely scary that he will be on the same line as Myles Garrett.
Clowney appeared in just eight games for the Tennessee Titans last year as he finished with 19 tackles, four tackles for loss and six QB hits but no sacks. Having Garrett being double teamed should help those sack numbers increase.
Clowney has not been the same person since he got traded from Houston. He inked a one-year deal with the Browns this offseason after the team pursued him for the last two offseasons. Over seven seasons, he has racked up 32 sacks.
“I still can dominate this league, I know that. But if I ever reach my max potential or get back there like I feel now, they say the sky is the limit, but it is probably higher than that,” Clowney said. “They have footprints on the moon, though. That is where we are trying to reach. I just want to stay healthy. If I play 16 games, I think we will be ready to see. Just let me work on that.”