Jadeveon Clowney resigns with Browns

The 2022 NFL season has seen a seismic shift in the league’s landscape. With a flurry of blockbuster deals going on, many teams now have new superstars to prepare for the next season.

Even beyond the happenings on the field, NFL fans have been treated to a lot of drama off the pitch. With so much happening every day, we bring you some of the most intriguing storylines from the tournament so far.

Jadeveon Clowney Turns Down Several NFL Teams To Rejoin Cleveland Browns

The Cleveland Browns eventually managed to win the Pro Bowler Jadeveon Clowney three times again. Defensive End signed with the franchise last season as a free agent after spending a year with the Tennessee Titans in 2020.


According to NFL insider Ian Rapoport, the veteran fielder has agreed to terms with the Browns on a one-year, $11 million deal. Rapoport also more that Clowney turned down several offers from other NFL teams willing to offer him between $14 and $15 million per year on multi-year contracts.

After a bad year with the Titans, Clowney found his footing in Cleveland, scoring nine bucks, 37 tackles and two forced fumbles in 14 games.

NFL Hall of Fame head coach urges league to make drastic changes

Former Minnesota Vikings and NFL Hall of Famer coach Bud Grant, while speaking to the Star Tribune, argued that the rules regarding kneeling and kicking defenders needed to be changed. The 95-year-old said he would like to see the league find a way to reduce acrobatics and counterattacks:

“I’m going to complain to everyone about the idea that when the second team runs out of time, the midfielder starts to get on his knees and the fans are leaving,” Grant said. ‘ I kept thinking about it and decided, ‘Yes, yes. The fouling team must give way – 1 yard – or the clock stops. Several things can happen when trying to clear the yard. You may be stuffed. You can find out. You may be fined. And you keep your fans interested. “

Grant’s idea could eventually give the sport a dynamic new outlook if implemented. But whether the NFL will heed his recommendations remains to be seen.

49ers’ George Kittle speaks out about the tightest pay gap between recipients and endings

San Francisco 49ers star George Kittle is known for his great play on the field as well as speaking his mind. In a Friday interview on Pro Football Talk PM, Kittle was more of a latecomer when he talked about the pay disparity between the top receivers and the top underdogs in the league.

Here are some of the things the Pro Bowl ended up having to say on the matter:

“Travis Kelce, six seasons in a row, 1000 yards. I’m pretty sure he’s the one with the most pitches of any skilled positions, the widest reception of the last six years. He gets paid half of what a generous recipient makes, which just confuses me. “

He went on to say:

“I mean, for me, Travis Kelce, he’s been doing it for so long and at such a high level. And he doesn’t have a game off. I think he has a bad game every year. , and that’s just because he’s three teams.”


George Kittle concluded his reflection by emphasizing the importance of end of the field position to today’s football game:

“Every NFL team. . . have won the Super Bowl or have attended the Super Bowl in the past five years has ended badly for the All-Pro to be part of the team. I feel an ending isn’t just like a cog, it’s a key position that can really add to your offense or lessen it. “

Do you think the tight finish in the NFL is still overlooked by their respective teams? Let us know in the comments section below.

Edited by Jay Lokegaonkar

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