Report: Titans' Jadeveon Clowney has season-ending knee surgery

Drake Hills
Nashville Tennessean
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Jadeveon Clowney won't play another snap for the Titans this season.

The three-time Pro Bowl pass rusher underwent season-ending knee surgery to repair his left meniscus on Wednesday, according to NFL Network's Ian Rappaport. Clowney had last played in Week 10 against the Colts and was placed on the injured reserve list the following week before the Titans' game against the Ravens.

Houston Texas chief of orthopedic surgery Dr. Walt Lowe conducted the operation, according to the NFL Network, and Clowney's rehab will also be done in Houston.

Clowney played on the edge as an outside linebacker or defensive end in eight games in 2020, but failed to record a sack. The one year, $15 million acquisition forced one fumble and had 14 tackles, four for a loss.

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By the time NFL free agency comes in March, Clowney will be 28 and the Titans reportedly have not ruled out the desire to re-sign the defensive end next year.

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