Speaking of Jadeveon Clowney, could the Seahawks be willing to take another chance on him, well maybe. The Seahawks were unable to re-sign Clowney after the 2019 season, but he is now a free agent again.
There was a bit of a falling out between the two sides as Clowney wanted more money, but Seattle could not handle Clowney’s injury risk. Clowney was effective for the Seahawks in the passing game when they brought him in via trade back in 2019. He had 3 sacks and 4 forced fumbles during his short stint with the Seahawks.
His biggest issues are staying healthy and being a consistently good pass rusher. This year, however, he was able to stay healthy for most of the season starting 14 of 17 games for the Browns. He also had 9 sacks and 2 forced fumbles, as he caused problems for opposing offenses.
His contract for 2021 paid him $7.4 million, making him likely less expensive than Von Miller, in free agency. Knowing his past relationship with the Seahawks, he might be willing to re-sign with Seattle. The only questions are can he stay healthy and productive for a full season, and would he want to come back to the Seahawks.