Former Texans defensive end Jadeveon Clowney apparently is interested in reuniting with his old team.
That is at least what the unrestricted free agent pass rusher has told Fox 26 and Sports Illustrated in recent days. Clowney, the Texans’ No.1 overall pick out of South Carolina in 2014, still resides in Houston and is training here despite spending the last four seasons playing in other cities.
“It would be nice,” Clowney said to Fox 26 about his desire to play in Houston again. “My family is here. Friends here. The guys I work out with can help me take care of my body a lot better being right up under them.”
When asked this week by reporters about the possibility of signing Clowney, new Texans coach DeMeco Ryans seemed a bit non-committal about bringing the pass rush specialist aboard. But he didn’t say no, either.
“We always look at any players that can help us win,” Ryans said. “We’ll explore all options. I’ll never throw anyone off the table. Everything is an option for me.”
Clowney says he likes the direction the team is heading under Ryans and feels like he can definitely contribute to the success of the Texans’...
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