The agent for Clowney has told The Associated Press that his client has agreed to sign with the Buffalo Bills.|||||||
Brian Mackler confirmed Clowney had signed with the Bills on Wednesday shortly after the receiver posted on his Twitter account a photo of the contract he received from the team.
Two people with knowledge of the deal tell The Associated Press that the New York Jets have re-signed Clowney.|||||||
Clowney, who was cut on Sept. 5, was back with the team Tuesday, according to the people who spoke on condition of anonymity because the Jets had not announced the deal. Clowney has 15 career catches in two seasons with New York.
Clowney has been released by the New York Jets, part of a series of roster moves a day after the team got down to the mandatory 53-player limit.|||||||
Clowney was on the bubble all summer, and apparently made the team when cuts were announced Saturday. That changed Sunday.
Clowney survived the cuts for the Jets and has made the 53-man roster.|||||||
Clowney was on the bubble all summer, but made the team - possibly as insurance until Santonio Holmes returns from a four-game suspension in Week 5. Clowney could be a sleeper fantasy pick in the early weeks of the season by smart owners who have seen the speedster's skills featured on HBO's "Hard Knocks" this year.
The Jets signed Clowney from Green Bay's practice squad, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.|||||||
Clowney was Green Bay's fifth round draft choice out of Virginia Tech. He has never played in an NFL game.