Great News: Jadeveon Clowney Recruiting Another $20 Million Hometown Hero To Join The Panthers

Great News: Jadeveon Clowney Recruiting Another $20 Million Hometown Hero To Join The Panthers

Following his signing, 31-year-old Jadeveon Clowney began recruiting for the Carolina Panthers.

And that’s wonderful news.

Speaking to the local media on Friday, Clowney said that he is already making efforts to get former Panthers CB Stephon Gilmore to join him in Charlotte and return to the team.

Regarding Gilmore’s recruitment, Clowney stated, “I’m going to try to get him to pull up, too,” via Joseph Person of The Athletic.

Reporters were also informed by Clowney that Gilmore is “trying” to return to Charlotte shortly.

Gilmore was a player for the Panthers from 2017 to 2021. From 2022 to 2023, he had a brief stints with the Dallas Cowboys and Indianapolis Colts.

The Panthers need a cornerback, and Gilmore has played well into his 30s. Though Carolina is rebuilding, the addition of Gilmore could stabilize the secondary and add another veteran presence to a young locker room.

Plus, it makes for a great story: the prodigal son returns. Who wouldn’t love that tale?


Jadeveon Clowney makes a promise Panthers fans will love to hear

It is official.

Jacksonville Panthers outside linebacker Jaydeveon Clowney inked a two-year, $20 million contract that may potentially increase to $24 million with incentives.

Speaking with media on Friday, Clowney discussed his future goals after formally joining the Panthers. Fans of the Panthers will love the commitment he made.

According to Clowney, who has struggled with injuries throughout his career, he will be a Pro Bowl player if he plays in at least 16 of the 17 games, as Joseph Person of The Athletic wrote on Friday.

The Panthers need Clowney, who just finished a season in which he produced a career-high 9.5 sacks, to feel confident in his talents despite his advanced age.

A leader on the Panthers defense, Clowney will be. In a locker room brimming with young talent that hasn’t yet experienced long-term success in the NFL, he will provide stability.

However, the native of Rock Hill, South Carolina, is excited to take on that challenge.

For the record, Clowney was a Pro Bowl player throughout the last 16 games he started with the Houston Texans in 2017. For the previous first overall choice, it is not a bad wager.

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