Jadeveon Clowney remains unsigned nearly two months after hitting free agency.

Unless he cuts his asking price, Clowney has little chance of getting an offer from the Philadelphia Eagles.

According to a report, the Eagles would likely only consider Clowney for $10 million or less.

"They're not interested in the player," Caplan told New Jersey's 97.3 ESPN. "Unless he's willing to take a one-year deal at a significantly reduced price -- probably under $10 million or no more than $10 million, I don't even think they make the call. And even then, they're done ... bringing guys in with an injury history."

Early in free agency Clowney was seeking a deal worth $20 million annually.