NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Tennessee Titans will likely be with out exterior linebacker Jadeveon Clowney for the remainder of the season after he had knee surgical procedure final week, in response to a supply near the scenario.
Clowney elected to have surgical procedure to restore the meniscus in his left knee after attempting to play by the damage earlier than being positioned on injured reserve on Nov. 21.
The Titans signed Clowney to a one-year, $13 million contract to bolster their cross rush. Clowney posted his finest season as a professional with the Houston Texans in 2017, when Titans head coach Mike Vrabel served because the Texans’ defensive coordinator. Clowney set profession highs in sacks (9.5), tackles for loss (21) and QB hits (21) and was seeking to put up comparable numbers this 12 months.
Clowney completed this season with 19 tackles, zero sacks, 4 tackles for loss and 6 QB hits and a pressured fumble in eight video games. The 27-year-old will likely be a free agent as soon as once more after the 2020 season.
NFL Community earlier reported information of Clowney’s surgical procedure.