Clady, who has missed 37 games in the last four years, simply is never healthy. He had a chance to jumpstart his career with the Jets last season but played poorly and once again finished the season on IR.
Teams are desperate for left tackles, and he may follow the Jake Long career path, playing for $1.5 million or so per year and hoping to put together one last quality season.
T.J. Watt may have been the Steelers’ top pick of the 2017 NFL Draft, but that likely won’t keep him from the usual rounds of rookie hazing. And if older brother J.J. Watt has any say, he may receive a few more.
The elder Watt, per the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, said he asked Steelers superstar receiver Antonio Brown to “look over my brother and be sure to haze him a little extra for me.” Typical older brother move.
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J.J. Watt, of course, can call in the favor since he and Brown were one-time college teammates at Central Michigan in 2007.
Couple that with the fact J.J. Watt is already excited to meet with T.J. in the Steelers-Texans Christmas Day matchup, and we have the beginnings of the next great sibling rivalry in the NFL.
Hey, at least Kizer, Webb and Beatherd got to enjoy half the feeling of Watson, Mitchell Trubisky and Patrick Mahomes. Peterman, everyone’s favorite convenient Cousins comparison, is still sitting on the board.
For the QB-needy teams of the near future still needing one, Tennessee’s Josh Dobbs is the better option at this point.