Adrian Clayborn RUMORS & NEWS

  • Another Bad Sign For Clayborn’s Bucs Future

    JoeBucsFan.com "When Lovie Smith called second-year man Steven Means his “prototype” defensive end last week, that was just another big clue Adrian Clayborn’s Tampa Bay future is in doubt. The size, speed and long arms Lovie was referencing in means are not among Clayborn’s attributes. Consider the..." May 27

  • Adrian Clayborn's future uncertain with Buccaneers as he enters contract year

    Bucs Nation "The Tampa Bay Buccaneers declined to pick up Adrian Clayborn's fifth-year option, which was built into his contract as it is with every first-round pick under the new CBA. The fact that the Bucs didn't pick up that option has to be concerning, as the list of players whose option wasn't picked up..." May 05

  • Bucs face decision on DE Clayborn’s contract

    Tampa Tribune "The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a big decision to make regarding the future of defensive end Adrian Clayborn, and they don’t have much time to make it. By May 3, the team must decide whether to pick up the fifth-year option on Clayborn’s rookie contract or allow him to become a free agent in..." April 24

  • Buccaneers 'unlikely' to use fifth-year option on Adrian Clayborn

    Bucs Nation "The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are unlikely to use the fifth-year option on Adrian Clayborn, according to Pro Football Talk, who cite a league source. The fifth-year option is built into every first-round rookie contract. Picking it up would give Clayborn a salary of around $5 million make that $6.969..." April 21

  • Bucs DE Clayborn out with groin injury

    Tampa Tribune "The Tampa Bay Buccaneers finished off their latest training camp workout Wednesday in typical fashion by running a simulated two-minute drill. The difference this time was at right defensive end where rookie Steven Means played in place of starter Adrian Clayborn. The change was not by..." August 01

  • Buccaneers not rushing DE Clayborn's return from injury

    Tampa Tribune "The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are still about three months away from their next meaningful football game, so they don't see any reason to push defensive end Adrian Clayborn. They are limiting his work in offseason practices to individual fundamental drills, eliminating him from the more intense..." May 23

  • Bucs welcome Adrian Clayborn's return

    Tampa Bay Times "He didn't exactly run out of the southwest tunnel of Raymond James Stadium, received by a roaring crowd. But the mere presence of Bucs defensive end Adrian Clayborn on the field for the start of offseason practices on Monday was, in its own right, reason for celebration. With the Bucs producing..." May 22