Houston Texans star Jadeveon Clowney remains a holdout from camp as the calendar approaches September. The former No. 1 overall pick just made a major decision regarding his future as well.
According to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero and Mike Garafolo, Clowney has fired his longtime agent Bus Cook. He has reportedly filed the necessary paperwork and is eligible to sign with a new agent.
Clowney's termination of Cook happened because he was "unhappy with the state of talks about his future."
Clowney has been the subject of trade rumors this summer. As noted above, he can't sign a long-term deal, but can be dealt once he signs his franchise tender.
In 62 career games over five seasons, Clowney has recorded 205 tackles and 29 sacks. He's also recovered six fumbles and scored a pair of defensive touchdowns.
Clowney has been voted to three Pro Bowls during his NFL career.