Many speculated what it would look like to see Myles Garrett and Clowney on the field together.
Both are in excellent physical condition and possess tremendous speed and agility.
Here is the first taste of what is to come for offenses facing the Browns this season.
— Daryl Ruiter (@RuiterWrongFAN) June 15, 2021
Garrett and Clowney
With Garrett and Clowney on the field together, it raises the question, who will draw the double team?
Clowney talked about this after being signed by the Browns.
”I have been getting double-teamed an awful lot in this league and in my career. I’m looking forward to playing with somebody who is dominant on the opposite side like a Myles Garrett, who can draw a double team…Maybe I can go one on one more.”
This very thought is probably already keeping offensive coordinators awake at night.
— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) June 15, 2021
Part of An Upgraded Browns Defense
Browns GM Andrew Berry spent the offseason addressing the defensive issues that plagued the Browns in 2020.
Though there were talented players on the roster, the team lacked depth.
There was also a definite difference in how the defense played when Myles Garrett contracted COVID-19 and missed games.
The plan was to add strength and depth.
Clowney is just one piece of the puzzle.
— Nate Ulrich (@ByNateUlrich) June 15, 2021
First and second-round draft picks Greg Newsome II, cornerback, and Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, linebacker are also in the mix for starting positions on this much improved defensive roster that also gets second-year safety Grant Delpit back after suffering a season-ending injury in the 2020 preseason.