Houston Texans pass rusher Jadeveon Clowney has met with the Miami Dolphins’ organization as the Texans are hopeful to work out a trade for the former 2014 first overall pick.
In what seems no surprise to everyone following the saga between Jadeveon Clowney and the Houston Texans, Clowney may have finally found a franchise that wants to pay him the money that he wants to earn for his next NFL contract. According to Aaron WIlson of the Houston Chronicle, the Miami Dolphins front and coaching staff have reportedly met with Clowney to sell him on the idea of taking his talents to south beach.
Dolphins are one of the few teams interested in acquiring the former 2014 first overall pick, but Clowney will have to literally sign off and sign his tender before the Texans are able to trade him to Miami. Wilson also reported that Clowney reportedly prefers the Seattle Seahawks and the Philadelphia Eagles as destinations, but the Dolphins are the team that is willing to give him the money he wants in his second contract.
Clowney has also reportedly fired his agent Bus Cook after the failed negotiations on earning a contract extension with the Texans. The whole situation with Clowney could have finally have met its’ end after all on the ongoing talk on when he was going to return after he decided to not attend Texans’ training camp and preseason activities.
Dolphins left tackle, Laremy Tunsil is reportedly not expected to be part of the trade that could take place between both teams. There were previous talks of a deal happening before Clowney decided not to go through with it, but there is enough momentum that it could occur the second time around.