Veteran outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney’s stint with the Cleveland Browns didn’t end in the most peaceful way. However, it appears that Clowney, now with the Browns’ division rivals Baltimore Ravens, doesn’t have ill feelings towards the organization.
Speaking with reporters ahead of the Ravens vs. Browns clash in Week 4, Clowney said there is no bad blood between him and the Browns.
“I got a lot of respect for a lot of those guys over there that I still consider friends,” Clowney said. “If I had any bad blood, I don’t think I would have signed to go back there for two years in a row.”
Clowney spent two years with the Brown, playing in 26 games in 2021 and 2022 combined. He was released in March after previously accusing the franchise that they were favoring defensive end Myles Garrett.
“We weren’t winning a lot of games, and a lot of people were pointing fingers,” Clowney added. “I ended up on the wrong side of the fence, I guess.”
After spending the majority of the offseason on the free agent market, Clowney signed a one-year deal with the Ravens in August. He has 1.5 sacks, eight tackles, and five QB hits so far in 2023.