The Uncertainty Surrounding Jadeveon Clowney’s Next Move: Panthers and Jets Lead the Race, but Nothing is Set in Stone

Panthers Maintaining Communication with Jadeveon Clowney, Says Dan Morgan

Panthers General Manager Dan Morgan has expressed interest in signing free agent pass rusher Jadeveon Clowney, but a deal does not seem imminent. Morgan mentioned that they are in communication with Clowney’s camp, but nothing concrete has materialized yet. They are also exploring other options to improve their roster and team.

The Panthers and Jets are reportedly the frontrunners in pursuing Clowney, with Jets General Manager Joe Douglas also confirming discussions with Clowney’s camp. Despite being 31 years old, Clowney had a strong season with the Ravens, recording 9.5 sacks and remaining highly sought after by teams looking to bolster their defense.

However, Clowney’s tendency to take his time in free agency and sign one-year contracts adds to the intrigue of where he may end up next. With multiple teams continuing to engage in talks with him, the situation remains fluid as Clowney takes his time evaluating his options before making a decision on his next destination.

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