By Harvey Hoffman

Jadeveon Clowney is a well-known Philly villain after he decked Eagles Carson Wentz with a shady hit and gave him a concussion in January’s wild card game.

Now, it turns out his rep as an asshole is hurting him in the pocketbook.

Clowney, one of the top free agents heading into the new league year, is now entering his third week on the open market. With his previous contract requests possibly scaring off potential suitors, the veteran defensive end/linebacker has lowered his asking price from north of $20 million per season to $17 million-$18 million, according to ESPN’s Dianna Russini. Per the report, the Titans and Seahawks are still interested in Clowney, a three-time Pro Bowler and the first overall pick in the 2014 draft.

Ten NFL edge rushers currently make at least $17 million a season, according to Over The Cap. Bears edge Khalil Mack leads the way at $23.5 million annually, while San Francisco’s Dee Ford and Arik Armstead and Cleveland’s Olivier Vernon make $17 million. The highest-paid edge rusher not in the top 10 is Green Bay’s Za’Darius Smith at $16.5 million.

While Clowney played like one of the league’s top edge rushers from 2016-18 (his final three years with Houston), he saw a significant decline in production (as a pass rusher) during his first season in Seattle. After consecutive seasons with at least nine sacks, 52 tackles and three fumble recoveries, Clowney recorded just three sacks and 31 tackles in 13 games. He did return one of his two fumble recoveries for a score while also returning his first career interception for a touchdown in the Seahawks’ Week 4 victory over Arizona.

Clowney also played well during the Seahawks’ two postseason games, recording a sack, five tackles and two tackles for loss during Seattle’s wild-card win over Philly He tallied half a sack, seven tackles, and two quarterback hits during the Seahawks’ second-round loss to the 49ers.