Veteran defensive end Jadeveon Clowney was sent home by the Cleveland Browns on Friday following practise.

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Clowney was let go as a result of comments he made to Cleveland.com regarding his position on the team.

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According to beat journalist Mary Kay Cabot, Clowney stated in 2023 that he is "95 percent positive" he won't be back.

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Kennard McGuire, Clowney's agent, responded to his client's penalty via Cabot and CBS Sports' Josina Anderson.

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"It's been a trying and upsetting season given the early anticipation. In a changing room, they said those things." The phrase is created.

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"In the NFL nowadays, an open locker room indicates the presence of the media. J.D. regularly shows up, plays hard, and is completely committed.

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It would be awful for him to be unable to finish the season playing what he loves to do on the field with his teammates."

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It seems likely that Clowney won't wear a Browns uniform on Sunday to end the season because he was sent home today.

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The pass rusher, 29, will be a free agent this offseason and almost certainly look for a new team.

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Clowney has participated in 26 games for the Browns over the past two seasons, recording 65 tackles, 11 sacks, and three forced fumbles.

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