Seahawks star Jadeveon Clowney expects to undergo surgery to fix core injury
Jadeveon Clowney is now going under the knife in order to sort out his core injury. However, the Seattle Seahawks defensive end will have a lot more to think about other than rehab and getting back to top shape.
Joe Fann of NBC Sports Northwest reported the 26-year-old’s intentions to go through surgery. He also detailed that the incoming free agent has big plans for the offseason.
Jadeveon Clowney said he expects to have surgery in the next couple of days to fix his core injury.
Then he hopes to sign with a contender. The chance to win a ring will be pivotal in his decision as a free agent.
— Joe Fann (@Joe_Fann) January 13, 2020
Clowney is desperate to win a Super Bowl title, and he will sign with a team who can take him there. The Seahawks definitely have a chance of landing him as they have an incredible roster, but there’s always the possibility of Clowney ending up somewhere like the Baltimore Ravens or Kansas City Chiefs once the offseason is in full swing.
According to a Fenn article that was published at Yahoo! Sports, Clowney is willing to do anything to land in the perfect situation with a title contender.
“I want to get that Super Bowl, by any means. That’s what I’m looking for. Who’s going to get me there? I’m not looking to get on no sorry team for no money. That ain’t gonna fly. I’m not going to fight through all that just to lose 16 games and go home with my check. I hate that. That ain’t what I’m doing. If I can’t do that – I’m not going to no team that can’t win.”
Contenders will definitely consider shopping for Clowney, as he is one of the better pass rushers in the league. He finished 2019 with 31 tackles, 3.0 sacks, two fumble recovers, four forced fumbles, three pass deflections, and one pick-six that went for 27 yards.
The question now is whether Clowney will remain a Seahawk or don another uniform by September 2020.