Browns Sign Clowney to One Year Deal

The Cleveland Browns have signed DE Jadeveon Clowney to a one-year deal worth $11 million, according to Mary Kay Cabot of cleveland.com.

Clowney had reportedly received larger contract offers from other teams but turned them down in favor of returning to Cleveland.

“It’s about the money, but not about the most,” Clowney said in an interview. “It’s about being comfortable in the right place, guys around you, that all comes into play when you decide where to go.”

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The former number one overall draft pick will return to the Browns after a successful 2021 season with the team, where he recorded 37 tackles and nine sacks while playing opposite star DE Myles Garrett.

Garrett, as well as Browns’ rookie DT Perrion Winfrey, had been vocal on social media about their desire to see Clowney return to Cleveland. He will also be reunited with QB Deshaun Watson, his former teammate in Houston. Clowney reportedly played a major role in convincing Watson to accept being traded to Cleveland, even before re-signing with the team himself.

The Browns will look to both Clowney and Garrett to be the anchors of their defensive front this season, as well as acting as mentors for the plethora of young defensive players on the team.

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