NFL teams should be willing to roll the dice on Jadeveon Clowney this offseason. Although he hasn't played up to expectations as the No. 1 overall pick of the 2014 draft, the 28-year-old can set a hard edge and rush the passer when healthy.

Clowney went to three consecutive Pro Bowls between 2016 and 2018, all with the Houston Texans. He had a decent 2019 campaign within the Seattle Seahawks' front seven, logging 31 tackles, seven for loss, three sacks and 30 quarterback pressures. 

Even though Clowney didn't rack up a ton of sacks in Seattle, he did affect plays with pocket pressure. However, the explosive defender overestimated his market value last offseason.

According to ESPN's Dianna Russini, Clowney aimed for a contract averaging $20 million annually. Eventually, he signed a one-year, $13 million deal with the Tennessee Titans.

In hindsight, the Titans overpaid for Clowney, who recorded just 19 tackles, four for loss and 11 quarterback pressures through eight games. On November 21, Tennessee placed him on injured reserve, and he missed the rest of the season after undergoing knee surgery in early December.

After a down season and with an expected drop in the 2021 salary cap, Clowney shouldn't expect to land a deal worth more than $10 million annually. In all likelihood, he'll have to settle for another one-year contract.

Still under 30 years old, Clowney could have a bounce-back campaign assuming he fully recovers from injury. Based on cap space, roster need and previous reports, we'll pinpoint five realistic landing spots for him.

Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens will go into free agency with edge-rusher as a top need. Matt Judon, Yannick Ngakoue, Pernell McPhee and Tyus Bowser combined for 14 sacks this past season, which accounted for 36 percent of the team's total. And they all have expiring contracts. 

Judon told CBS Sports' Adam Schein that he'd "love to be back" in Baltimore, but he thinks it would be "exciting and fun to play for a new organization." The Ravens need a plan B in case the two-time Pro Bowler signs elsewhere.

McPhee wants to stay in Baltimore, but general manager Eric DeCosta will need more than a 32-year-old rotational defender to address the pass rush if the team loses Judon and Ngakoue in free agency.

Jaylon Ferguson hasn't quite established himself at the position, recording 61 tackles, 13 for loss and 4.5 sacks in two seasons. Even if the Ravens think he can take a significant leap in his third term, they should pair him with a proven outside linebacker.

Within the front seven, the Ravens need an explosive downhill force to complement nose tackle Brandon Williams and 34-year-old Calais Campbell. Clowney could provide exceptional run support and open up pass-rushing lanes for interior defenders with consistent pocket pressure on the edge. At his best, he could lead the Ravens in sacks.

Cleveland Browns

After a rough 2020, Clowney may want to consider options from last offseason. 

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter (h/t ESPN's Jake Trotter), last year, the Browns offered Clowney the most money among his potential suitors, but he "balked" at their proposal.

One year later, Cleveland still has a void to fill on the edge with Olivier Vernon set to hit the open market at 30 years old and coming off a torn Achilles he suffered in January. The Browns will likely look to find a pass-rushing complement to Myles Garrett.

For whatever reason, Clowney didn't choose the best financial offer that came from the Browns a year ago, but he may change his tune after the club went to the playoffs this past season, ending an 18-year postseason drought. 

The Browns have $20.2 million in cap space, so they can sign Clowney to a one-year deal worth about $10 million. He may accept their proposal this time around with the team headed in the right direction.