The Browns got their checkbook out this offseason, signing Jadeveon Clowney for what amounts to a one-year deal worth eight million. He was the first overall pick in 2014 and is a highly talented player, but Clowney has not always lived up to expectations. Injuries have been part of the issue but the bottom line is, he has never recorded double-digit sacks and 18.5 of his career total of 32, came in two seasons (2017-2018). Since leaving Houston following the 2018 season, Clowney has three sacks in 25 games. If he can stay on the field, Clowney has the potential for 40+ tackles and 10+ sacks, but he is far from a sure thing.