Well, this settlement isn't going to delight City of Brotherly Love devotees.
The league has already determined that the hit wasn't suspension-worthy, and they are merely deliberating over whether Seattle's star pass rusher deserves a fine, which he might not even receive.
At the surface, this news might have came as a surprise to most, but it simply shouldn't. If the NFL opted to suspend and/or fine Clowney, it would immediately serve as a black eye on the referees' explanation for the South Carolina product not being flagged for the hit.
Of course, the zebras somehow ruled that Wentz established himself as a runner, and wasn't giving himself up on the play -- despite him diving towards the turf to avoid being clobbered.
Though this ruling definitely won't sit well with the majority of football fans, Seahawks buffs should be thrilled that No.90 will be available for their NFC Divisional Round bout against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on Sunday.
Not that there was much doubt in the first place.