“What they want is for him to start showing some maturity and learn to play though these some of these ailments,” Rapoport said. “As a source just mentioned to me, this is really the first time Clowney has faced any sort of injury adversity — didn’t really happen in college — and they want him to try to play through it in the NFL, but they’re frustrated with their No. 1 overall pick.”
The No. 1 overall pick has already missed six games this season and had just one tackle in his return from a knee injury last week.