Jadeveon Clowney enjoyed his one season in Seattle and would like to run it back again -- if the money works out.
"After spending the last year in Seattle and seeing how they do things, I would definitely like to return," the 27-year-old pass rusher told ESPN's Josina Anderson. "However, I'm also open to new opportunities if it comes down to that."
Clowney's comments mesh with what head coach Pete Carroll has said in the past. Clowney is also someone the Seahawks would like to keep, but how much they're willing to pay is the biggest question.
Clowney earned three sacks in 13 games played in 2019, with 31 total tackles, an INT and four forced fumbles. The counting stats don't do justice to the edge rusher's influence on many contests. Clowney was a wrecking ball when on the field, disrupting the pocket and blowing up plays in the backfield. He also missed three games due to injury.
In a free-agent market with several interesting options off the edge, Clowney remains the most intriguing prospect.