BEREA, Ohio (AP) – After being ordered home from the practice facility Friday following statements he made in an interview the day before,
Cleveland Browns defensive end Jadeveon Clowney may have played his final game in orange and brown.
Clowney discussed his future with the organization with Cleveland.com, claiming he was "95% certain" he would not re-sign with the team following the summer.
Following the interview, the Browns elected to keep Clowney out of Friday's practice and send him home.
Clowney was taken from practice, but his availability for the Browns' last game on Sunday is unknown.
If Clowney is subjected to disciplinary punishment during the team's voyage, he will be removed from the game.
If Clowney is unable to play on Sunday, rookie defensive end Alex Wright is likely to take on a larger role in his place.
After playing through a one-year, $10 million deal this season, Clowney is poised to become a free agency at the end of the season.
It remains to be seen whether Clowney fits into that culture, but following his final week of practice with the team, his future does not look to be connected to Cleveland.costs low.