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Trying to Get Rid of Clayton


In addition to DTs Ryan Sims and Chris Hovan, the Bucs are currently trying to unload Michael Clayton.

Clayton, a former first-round pick, became one of the worst re-signings in league history when GM Mark Dominik gave him a five-year, $24 million contract last year. He went on to catch 16 passes in 11 starts. Clayton has scored three TDs in the past five seasons. He'll end up being released. Apr. 25 - 9:57 pm et

Source: Rick Stroud on Twitter

Per: Rotoworld.com

This makes me extremely happy to hear that he will at least be cut. I really thought Clayton would come around one of these years but "these years" have not seem to "come around" quick, if at all.  I am also not surprised that Hovan and Sims will possibly be traded or released because they will not get playing time with McCoy, Price, and Miller on the team. Hovan has played at DT for many Bucs games and I will miss his black makeup on his face during the game.  Sims on the other hand never did much for me so I say good riddance.  I am very excited to see what the news guys can do and to get rid of the old.

 

Since the Bucs are trying to move these players, what do you think we could get out of them if anything at all?

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