The Michael Brockers deal fell through for the Baltimore Ravens. Does the team now go after Jadeveon Clowney? Chris Schisler and Richard Bradshaw debate.
The Baltimore Ravens have been busy birds this offseason. The team made a trade for defensive end Calais Campbell and coupled that with giving Matt Judon the franchise tag. The pass rush looks fixed, but they could always use some more help. After the Michael Brockers signing fell through due to medical reasons, is the door open to bringing in Jadeveon Clowney?
It’s a tough decision and an interesting debate to have. After all, Clowney remains the biggest high-profile name on the Free Agency market. He could easily command close to ~$20 million, even if he were to sign a one-year deal with a team.
There’s a case to be made that Jadeveon Clowney is worth every penny because of his impact on the field. Still, Clowney leaves a lot to be desired in that stats department, which will turn off several teams.
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With that said, let’s dive into the debate, as co-site experts Richard Bradshaw and Chris Schisler make the cases for and against this move.