By Michael Bennett
Seahawks edge rusher Jadeveon Clowney became Public Enemy No. 1 in Philly in January when his cheap shot knocked Eagles QB Carson Wentz out of a playoff game with a concussion.
And it’s been nearly two months since NFL free agency began with Clowney still out there without a team.
He hasn’t ruled out a return to Seattle and GM John Schneider hasn’t closed the door on the idea either.
Enter the Eagles, who have been interested. In fact, the Eagles may have already put in an offer on the former No. 1 pick, per sports radio host Dan Sileo:
— Dan Sileo (@DanSileoShow) May 11, 2020
On the latest episode of Outside the Lane podcast, Eagles tackle Lane Johnson asks former Eagles defender Chris Long what he thinks about Clowney flocking to Philly. Long shared an interesting take on the rumored interest and Clowney’s hit on quarterback Wentz in the NFC Wild Card game last season.