Clowney talking to Titans, Jets after reportedly lowering asking price
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The fight for Jadeveon Clowney's signature continues.

Tennessee Titans general manager Jon Robinson said Wednesday he's been in contact with representatives for Clowney, according to Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site.

New York Jets general manager Joe Douglas, meanwhile, also revealed Wednesday he has spoken to Clowney's agents to do his "due diligence," reports Ralph Vacchiano of SNY.

The Seattle Seahawks are also interested in the 27-year-old pass-rusher, who has dropped his asking price from $20 million annually to around $17 million or $18 million, a source told Dianna Russini of ESPN. Clowney played for the Seahawks in 2019 following a trade from the Houston Texans.

Arguably the most significant free agent left on the open market, Clowney was widely expected to be among the first wave of signings. But the market for the former No. 1 overall pick has seemingly underwhelmed in the two weeks since free agency opened.

The Miami Dolphins were in negotiations with Clowney but pivoted to Shaq Lawson after reportedly failing to drive the former's price down, according to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.

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