1. The Baltimore Ravens will like the skill set of Jadeveon Clowney
One of the big reasons why the Baltimore Ravens wanted someone like Clowney is that he can move around the defensive line. He is not quite like Tyus Bowser when it comes to dropping into coverage, but Clowney is known for stunts, twists, and looping around the offensive line to hunt the quarterback.
Clowney has 5,037 snaps over his career. He has 557 snaps where he is either lined up inside over the interior lineman or he is standing up like a linebacker. A lot of that came back in his prime in 2018, and he was getting after it, especially with J.J. Watt, who can move up and down the defensive line.
Still, we know that some versatility has to be what replaces Tyus Bowser, and we know that Mike MacDonald wants to be creative with how he shows his looks. The way that Jadeveon Clowney plays is exactly what they are looking for, and the fit makes too much sense.