“WHAT MUST HAVE HAPPEN” Jadeveon Clowney will not be playing the rest of the season

Although Jadeveon Clowney’s time with the Browns ended poorly, the defensive end isn’t planning to go back to those moments in front of Sunday’s trip to Cleveland.


Due to remarks he made about the team in the final week of the 2022 season, Clowney was sent home by the Browns and later released after being inactive for the season’s last game. Clowney refused to talk about how he felt about what had happened on Wednesday.

According to Jeff Zrebiec of TheAthletic.com, Clowney stated, “I’m not going to talk about nothing that happened, with the teammates, coaching staff, nothing.” “Talk from the locker room leaked out. What occurred a year ago doesn’t matter to me. I currently play for the Baltimore Ravens.


Clowney declared that he has no animosity toward the Browns and that he won’t be playing this weekend with any special motivation to defeat his old team.


Clowney remarked, “I don’t think I ever necessarily need no extra motivation.” This is a divisional match. Many of the guys and friends I have made there have my utmost regard. I wish them well, but not in opposition to us.



Regarding the significance of this game from a non-personal perspective, Clowney is correct. Both clubs have a record of 2-1, and one will secure a win that might be significant when playoff berths are awarded later in the season.

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