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Clowney Has $5M Insurance Policy On Himself



South Carolina's Jadeveon Clowney has a big future ahead of him. Protecting that future has been the topic of discussion this season with him possibly sitting out, etc. Well apparently he ain't no dummy and took an insurance policy out on himself...
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"Before the season even began, top NFL prospect Jadeveon Clowney reportedly took out a $5 million career-ending insurance policy, according to league sources. The policy cost Clowney around $50,000.00, and was paid through an NCAA-sponsored program in which the bank pays the insurance company, and Clowney pays the bank back once he has been paid by an NFL team."
Will he live up to the hype in NFL?
Originally published on SECRant.com

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PurpleandGold Motown - 11 months ago
I'd pray to blow a knee, take the payout, invest it and not have early onset dementia when I'm 40.
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Datbayoubengal - 11 months ago
It's definitely a smart move, but he'd get drafted first round unless it was career ending anyway. You can teach technique, you can't teach talent.
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MThawg - 11 months ago
Smart move. We shall see how he does.
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