FOUR Things Cleveland Browns Must Do This Offseason to Get Back to Playoffs

Bring Back Jadeveon Clowney

The defensive end for the Browns had a very nice year playing on the line and teaming up with Myles Garrett. Both had career seasons playing together. There was a weekly challenge by each to see who’d get to the quarterback first. Garrett finished with 16 sacks while Clowney had nine sacks. Clowney just seemed more energized this season than the last few when he was playing for the Houston Texans or Tennessee Titans.

The Browns paid Clowney $7 million this year and he’ll want more. He also wants to play for a team that can get to the Super Bowl. The Browns can do both, especially if they can keep Clowney in town.

If I’m inside the Browns headquarters, I’d make giving Clowney a new deal priority number one. The Browns defense was ranked in the top 10 in most categories this season. They are ready to defend and get to that championship.

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