Everyone in Seattle is hoping Jadeveon Clowney makes his way back to the Seahawks next season. But, front office boss John Schneider needs to help us out here. Seriously, he's got to be kidding with what he put on the table for the superstar pass-rusher.
Per multiple reports, the Seahawks' first offer to Clowney, who has been vocal on his desire to return to the 206, was at $13 million a year.
Get real, guys.
If you're Clowney, imagine having your reps tell you the Seahawks front office came in with this offer. You'd imagine he'd take it as a slap in the face, right?
While there's no denying Clowney's market is much thinner than everyone would have expected, there's just no way he's going to take $13 million per year, especially after he was originally hoping for around $20 million.
Clowney and his camp are not happy right now. It makes sense, seeing as he wants to be paid as one of the top defensive ends in the league.
If Seattle is serious about bringing him back to lead the defensive front, they've got to step it up with their offer. Otherwise, Clowney very well could be suiting up for a new team this fall.