Update: Never mind!
The play above isn’t the most awe-inspiring piece of defensive line play you’ll ever see, but given how quiet the start of former No. 1 overall pick Jadeveon Clowney’s career has been, you’ll have to forgive any Texans fans who want to make a big deal out of it this morning.
Texans pass-rusher Jadeveon Clowney had a pretty rough rookie season, which was erased almost entirely by a series of injuries. He's currently recovering from microfracture knee surgery, and now he has to deal with an arm that was savaged by teammate D.J. Swearinger's pit bull.
Houston Texans 2014 number one overall draft pick Jadeveon Clowney will be out for approximately nine months after undergoing microfracture knee surgery yesterday, according to Adam Schefter. Professional athletes undergoing microfracture knee surgery have had mixed results, with some (Marques Colston) seeming to…
LB Jadeveon Clowney, the first-overall draft pick, will miss time as he recovers from a torn meniscus in his right knee suffered in the second quarter of yesterday's season opener. He told one teammate how it went down:
Michigan fullback Joe Kerridge was one of the players who failed to block Jadeveon Clowney when that tackle happened. You know the one. Unfortunately for Kerridge, this is a fact that his mom won't let him forget.
Guys, I'm concerned about Jadeveon Clowney. Oh sure, he ran a sub-4.5 40 today at the
combine and is perhaps the best athlete to enter the draft in recent memory. But fuck all that. What I really want to know is ... HOW IS HIS
MOTOR?! Twitter, can you be of
Jadeveon Clowney is doing things at the NFL combine today, and he just ran the 40-yard dash in an unofficial 4.47 seconds. Jadeveon Clowney is 6-foot-5 and weights 266 lbs. Jadeveon Clowney is not of this world.
Folks, we have some hot NFL draft prospect beef. THIS BEEF IS HOT.
Each week, Football Outsiders recognizes the most outstanding college linemen, defenders and other darkhorses from the previous weekend who are habitually overlooked in the hype for that other award (whatever it's called). These are the Lowsmen.
Each week during college football season we put the conventional polls to shame by ranking every FBS team from 1-125, by whatever standard we see fit. As always, last week's rankings were not consulted.
South Carolina's all-world DE Jadeveon Clowney didn't play this weekend with a muscle strain, or maybe bruised ribs, and also some bone spurs in his foot. He's not been particularly clear on the ailment, or the state of his recovery, and the Gamecocks were surprised and confused that Clowney himself made the call to…
Those "How do you stop Jadeveon Clowney?" signs around Athens, Ga.? Astroturfed. They're promotions for ESPN's College Gameday. [Sporting News]
South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney got The New York Times long-form treatment yesterday, with writer Greg Bishop hieing himself to Rock Hill, S.C., to get a snapshot of Clowney's upbringing. It's an important story, because it finally attaches a prologue to a figure whom most of the country first glimpsed…
Via Tom Keegan of the Lawrence Journal-World, we get the best detail of Jadeveon Clowney's life yet: He was nicknamed "Doo-Doo" as a child for taking a shit in a swimming pool. It's humanizing, funny, and another reminder that Clowney is not Sidd Finch.
It’s easy enough to be cynical about Ray Lewis, after the 17-year veteran linebacker announced his impending retirement yesterday. In the foreground, there’s the recent image of Lewis, now that the years have reduced his ability to contribute on-field: the ridiculous, spasmodic dancing; the incessant sideline…
Today's Outback Bowl in Tampa has brought the best of the Big Ten-SEC rivalry, and the top player in college football—yeah, we said it—had his way with Michigan's offensive line. Here's Jadeveon Clowney putting Wolverines running back Vincent Smith in a very bad place. [ESPN]
Two days after we brought you the story of UNC receiver Dwight Jones's now-cancelled birthday party at a North Carolina nightclub—a party that rendered Jones ineligible, briefly—here's another fiesta being promoted on Facebook using the likenesses of some college athletes—this time from South Carolina.
Your morning roundup for March 26, when James Corley of Conroe, Texas mulls the misfortune of not stopping after his 15th DUI conviction. Now, he'll have 99 years to practice counting to 1,030.