Without a team a few weeks before the start of the season, Jadeveon Clowney seems interested in returning to the Texans.
The end of Jadeveon Clowney’s 2022 season with the Cleveland Browns had gone rather badly after the franchise decided to pass him for the final game of the season due to the player’s complaints about his role in the crew. From then on, the linebacker finds himself without any contract as the start of the 2023 season is fast approaching. But Clowney has a destination that he would particularly like: the Houston Texans.
It must be said that Jadeveon Clowney knows the Texan house particularly well since he was chosen by Houston as the first draft pick in the 2014 NFL draft. He then spent 5 years with the Texans before wandering in the NFL with the Seahawks , the Titans and then the Browns. But the 2023 season could mark a return to basics for the 30-year-old player who still has very strong ties with the city of Houston.
“It would be nice (to come back to the Texans). My family is here. My friends are here. The guys I’m training with now can help me take care of my body to be able to perform again,” said Clowney.
There is no doubt that Jadeveon Clowney has therefore already set his sights on the Texans, especially since he says he is a big fan of the franchise’s new head coach, DeMeco Ryans, as well as the choices made by the franchise during the offseason and in the draft. The player’s agent even made contact with the leaders of the Texas franchise. It remains to be seen whether Clowney’s interest will also be shared by the Houston Texans.