Tennessee Titans Madden 21 Squad Update: Jadeveon Clowney has been added to the Tennessee Titans roster. He will be available after Week 6 of the Madden NFL 21 Season.
Jadeveon Clowney is a defensive end for the Houston Texans of the NFL. The Titan's pick up their first selection in the 2016 NFL Draft.
In 2015, he was voted by his peers as the top player in college football. Clowney led the nation with 14 sacks and had 50 tackles and two forced fumbles in just nine games. He was selected to the AP All-American Team and Walter Camp Award Watch List.
Clowney entered the 2014 season as a strong candidate for the Heisman Trophy. However, he fell short of winning it as he finished second to Alabama's Derrick Henry. He also won the Lombardi Award and Nagurski Award that year too.
Clowney started off strong in his rookie season, collecting four sacks in his first three games before missing time with a hamstring injury. When he returned, he didn't look back as he continued to dominate opposing quarterbacks all season long. He ended up setting a new career high with 15 1/2 sacks and earned First Team All-AFC honors.
In Madden 21, the Tennessee Titans have added Jadeveon Clowney to their roster. It's okay to start your franchise mode unless you're absolutely dissatisfied with Madden 21. Just in time for the start of the real NFL season, EA published their season kick-off roster update. Included among these additions is rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill of Texas A&M.
Tannehill was the second overall pick in the 2012 draft and joins a team that went 8-8 last year. He'll be playing for new head coach Mike Mularkey who was promoted from offensive coordinator. Mularkey has said he wants to bring a "physical style of football" to Tennessee. That shouldn't come as a surprise given his work with the Buffalo Bills where they ran up the most sacks in the league during his tenure.
Clowney was selected first overall by the Houston Texans after an incredible college career at South Carolina. The young star is expected to make an immediate impact on the defense. If you own him in your fantasy league, it's probably because you're desperate for some help on the defensive line. The Titans don't figure to give up many points through the air so they can focus on racking up sacks.
Other additions to the roster include center Ben Jones, guards Kevin Zeitler and Alex Mack, running back Dion Lewis, and wide receivers DeVante Parker and Cecil Shorts III.
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Clowney's rating of 99 makes him the highest-rated player on his team. He's rated ahead of All-Pro receivers DeAndre Hopkins and Demaryius Thomas, as well as Pro Bowl running back Lamar Miller. The only other player with a rating higher than 90 is Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (90). For comparison's sake, consider that New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has a rating of 80. This means that even though he'll appear on screen during gameplay, you should not put much faith in him in terms of stats production.
In terms of overall rating, it's worth mentioning that we're talking about one of the best defenders in football here. In fact, he's been voted the best defender in football by our fans every year since 2010. That's when he first appeared in the game. To date, he has won this award more times than anyone else.
So, what position does he play? Well, he plays everything on the field over the past seven years, so you can imagine what role he'd be used in.
Defensive end #90 for the Cleveland Browns Current teams/Jadeveon Clowney
Clowney, a three-time Pro Bowl pick, joins the Browns after playing for the Tennessee Titans in 2020. The eight-year veteran joins Takkarist McKinley as the Browns' second key pass rusher signing since the start of the new league year.
End of defense Position: Jadeveon Clowney is a defensive end for the Houston Texans. He's listed as six feet five inches and 265 pounds with a shoulder width of 70 inches and a hand length of 32 1/4 inches.
Clowney was drafted second overall by the Texans in 2014 after playing college football at South Carolina. He's been praised for his speed (40 time in 4.53 seconds) and power (30 bench presses at the NFL Combine).
Clowney had 12 sacks last season for the Texans who went 11-5 and made it to the playoffs. He was named to the Pro Bowl after his first season in Houston.
Clowney has been criticized for not getting any pressure on the quarterback and doesn't always get home in time to stop the run either. However, he does have 6 forced fumbles and 2 fumble recoveries in his career so far. That shows he's not afraid to mix it up with players at the line of scrimmage.
Overall, he's been praised for his speed and power but also has been criticized for not being able to get to the quarterback yet.