2. Jadeveon Clowney, EDGE
Not too long ago, the Cowboys were being linked to Jadeveon Clowney, who was coming off a subpar season with the Tennessee Titans. Clowney, who suffered a shoulder injury during the 2019 campaign, was eyeing Dallas but they never seemed too interested. At least not at his asking price.
Eventually, Clowney signed a one-year deal with the Cleveland Browns and had a bounce-back season. He was unable to turn that success into a long-term deal anywhere else and again played in Cleveland under a one-year contract.
This time, things didn’t go so well. Clowney made hardly any noise on the field and by the end of the season, he started pointing fingers at the coaching staff as well as taking shots at their best player.
Clowney was mad that Myles Garrett got the favorable matchups, even though that makes sense considering he’s a top-three pass rusher in the NFL. He even took an unnecessary shot at Garrett, saying he was 95 percent sure he was leaving in the offseason. He added that he wants to be around someone that believes in him.
If he doesn’t feel as though the only team to show any interest the past two years believes in him, then he won’t feel that way about anyone. This means he will continue to be a problem for any other team and Dallas would be best served to remain uninterested.