Jadeveon Clowney’s disappointing season in Seattle last year hasn’t kept him from demanding a raise in the open market.  The former No. 1 overall pick made $15 million last season for 31 total tackles and three sacks for the Seahawks. 

Not exactly numbers that demand the $5 million a season raise he is seeking. 

According to reports, Clowney was close to signing with the Browns, but has opted to wait things out.  He’s already turned down multiple offers and is prepared to wait it out. 

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