• Jadeveon Clowney is one of the most coveted free agents in the NFL
  • The recently concluded drat has set up teams to look for more veteran players in the free-agent market
  • The Tennessee Titans and Cleveland Browns have emerged as suitors for Jadeveon Clowney

With the conclusion of the NFL draft, teams are still looking at the free-agency market for top talent that can help them improve in the upcoming season. This includes Jadeveon Clowney who is rumored to have gained strong interest from the Tennessee Titans and the Cleveland Browns.

The former number one overall pick back in 2014 has put up a strong display in the NFL so far. Clowney started his career with the Houston Texans and recently spent a one-year stint with the Seattle Seahawks. The former SEC Defensive Player of the Year has proven himself as a formidable player as he’s been named in three consecutive Pro Bowls from 2016 to 2018.

While Clowney’s stock has increased, some teams have been wary of his injury history as the recent season saw him miss three games with a sports hernia concern.

Despite this, he’s still a coveted asset for any team as an elite edge-rusher. The Tennessee Titans are rumored as the front-runner to sign Clowney. In a report on ESPN 710 Radio, Dianna Russini shared that the Titans general manager Jon Robinson is planning to go for Clowney after the draft.

“The Tennessee Titans are still interested, (and) I think if you were to ask me where I predict he winds up it'd probably be Tennessee," Russini shared by way of Bleacher Report.

In addition to the Titans, the Browns have also emerged as a suitor for Clowney. Cleveland's general manager Andrew Berry shared that he’s actively looking for someone to boost his roster.

“Rest assured, across all opportunities to acquire players, we're going to be aggressive in adding talent to the roster,” Berry said.

With the Browns not selecting a defensive end during the recent draft opens room for Cleveland to sign Clowney.

With the recent development of the NFL draft, adding veteran free agents gives a new dynamic to any team entering the season. With the hype for Clowney not toning down anytime soon, it’ll be interesting to see where the defensive end will suit up in the succeeding year.

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz, bottom, is hit by Seattle's Jadeveon Clowney and sent off for the rest of Sunday's NFL playoff game
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz, bottom, is hit by Seattle's Jadeveon Clowney and sent off for the rest of an NFL playoff game. GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Mitchell Leff