CLOWNEY/TEXANS DON’T COME TO AGREEMENT ON DEAL

Houston Texans linebacker Jadeveon Clowney did not agree to a long-term deal by Monday's at 3 p.m., the deadline to sign players who have been franchised.

Clowney is expected to miss most, if not all, of training camp, and still hasn't signed his franchise tender, which is worth $15.9-million for the 2019 season.

The Texans tagged Clowney as a linebacker ($15.443 million) rather than as a defensive end ($17.128 million).
The NFL Players Association is anticipated to file a grievance against the Texans over the position the team assigned Clowney when they used the franchise tag on him.

Clowney played 729 snaps at defensive end, 101 at defensive tackle and 33 at linebacker last season.

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