The Seahawks have selected Jadeveone Clowney in the first round of the NFL Draft, as the team looks to add depth to its defensive line.
The team is also considering another pass rusher, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
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He’s a former Ohio State star who played in the same system as DeMarcus Ware.
He also has experience in the run game.
He could have a nice year as a pass rusher if he gets the chance.
Clowney is listed at 6-foot-2 and 245 pounds, but he’s listed as a defensive tackle.
He played at Ohio State, where he played in just one year before signing with the Browns.
Clowney is a big body, but can also rush the passer.
He would be a good fit on the interior for Seattle.
The Seahawks are looking for depth at the edge, and Clowney could be a nice addition to help out.
The team also has several offensive linemen that could be in play, including tackle Sharrif Floyd, guard Josh Sitton, and defensive tackle Brandon Mebane.
The Seahawks will be looking to add some speed to the defensive line this offseason, and there’s a lot of talent in the draft.