The Browns Reportedly Have Interest in Jadeveon Clowney and Could Turn NFL Upside Down if They Sign Him

Former Seattle Seahawks star pass rusher Jadeveon Clowney
Former Seattle Seahawks star pass rusher Jadeveon Clowney / Rob Leiter/Getty Images

We've talked about this numerous times over the offseason considering the Cleveland Browns have the necessary cap space to make it happen, and it looks like the organization caught wind of the fans' demands.

According to the latest buzz, the Browns have interest in signing Jadeveon Clowney and it's "believed Cleveland got closer with Clowney than the other suitors."

If the Browns put a defense on the field featuring Clowney, Myles Garrett, Sheldon Richardson and Olivier Vernon going after the quarterback, the rest of the NFL will have serious problems blocking this rush.

Apparently, the two sides were close to reaching a deal and it fell through. Perhaps they're revisiting the possibility with Clowney still on the open market and not garnering a ton of interest?

Cleveland has nearly $44 million in cap space, meaning they could painlessly add Clowney and have more than enough leftover to welcome the 2020 NFL Draft class. If they can manage to pull it off, the Baltimore Ravens will have to respond because the Browns' offseason has been wildly successful after general manager Andrew Berry upgraded just about every weak area of the roster.