Jadeveon Clowney likely never thought he would still be a free agent this far in the offseason, but he was forced to come down on the $20 million per year deal that he was seeking after no team offered it to him.
Clowney might be finding himself playing in the NFC East when it’s all said and done.
According to former NFL player and sports radio host Dan Sileo of the Dan Sileo Show, the Philadelphia Eagles have offered the former 1st-overall draft pick a contract. He also claimed that the Seattle Seahawks have also offered him a deal to return to the team.
The franchise actually pursuing Clowney is quite shocking to the fan base since he was the game guy responsible for QB Carson Wentz being knocked out of his first playoff game a few months ago.
He then made things even worse when he referred to the fan base as “the worst fans in the world.”
“There might be death threats,” he said. Clowney also said that fans who attend Eagles games are “the worst fans in the world.”