Jadeveon Clowney has become a hired gun in the last few seasons of his career. He has set to sign a multi-year contract other than his rookie pact as the last four seasons have all been played out on one-year deals.

Following the expiration of his rookie contract, Jadeveon Clowney played with four different franchises in four seasons, going from the Houston Texans to the Seattle Seahawks via trade for the 2019 season. In 2020 he played with the Tennessee Titans before landing with the Cleveland Browns.

The No. 1 overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft has spent two seasons in Cleveland but all signs are pointing toward him going elsewhere for the 2023 season. Jadeveon Clowney was openly unhappy about his situation there and is ready to take on a new challenge.

At 30 years old, he is running out of chances to land that lucrative, big-money deal. We have seen premier pass rushers get paid deep into their 30s as long as they remain productive. While a multi-year contract may be out of the question this season, another sizable one-year deal to prove his worth again is certainly attainable.