CINCINNATI — The Browns' fascination with Jadeveon Clowney continues. They're hosting the star edge rusher for a visit on Monday according to Josina Anderson.
The Browns brought Clowney in for a visit last month. They also tried to sign him last offseason. Instead, he picked Tennessee.
The 28-year-old only appeared in eight games for the Titans, finishing with 19 tackles and zero sacks. He underwent surgery in November to repair a left meniscus injury.
The three-time Pro Bowler would get a chance to play on the opposite side of Myles Garrett. It's the type of situation that could rejuvenate his career.
If the Browns land Clowney, then it'll be the cherry on top of what has been a productive free agency period for the organization. They gave their secondary a boost with the additions of cornerback Troy Hill and safety John Johnson. They're arguably the best team in the AFC North.
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