Jadeveon Clowney parts ways with agent Bus Cook... again


The Jadeveon Clowney saga has taken another turn after the Pro Bowl edge rusher Jadeveon Clowney reportedly parted ways with his agent Bus Cook. 

Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk was first to report.

And this isn't the first time the two have broken up, either. 

Last year, Clowney, who was franchise-tagged by the Houston Texans, fired Cook and then rehired him a few days later. Clowney was traded from the Texans to the Seahawks a short time later.

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It’s unknown when the termination of Cook specifically happened, whether Clowney remains in the five-day window that prevents him from hiring a new agent, and whether Cook waived the five-day window.

According to Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports, Cook, who has been Clowney's agent his entire career to this point, had been unable to get Clowney to speak with teams, to the point he was seemingly alienating interested parties.

Florio adds in his report that it is "currently believed he will eventually hire Kennard McGuire."

Clowney, who is seeking upwards of $20 million a year, had 31 tackles and three sacks in 2019, both career lows. 

The Saints, Titans, and Seahawks all remain interested in acquiring Clowney's services, but it's clear what the three-time Pro Bowler believes his value is and seemingly won't move from that figure. 

Will roster cuts pave the way for a Clowney signing? Only time will tell.