The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and their first round pick Adrian Clayborn have reached a deal according to Pat Yasinskas on ESPN.com. The deal is four years with the option for a fifth. The Buccaneers have become the first team to sign their 2011 first round pick under the new labor agreement. This came after they have already signed their third round pick Mason Foster earlier Tuesday also to a 4 year deal. Specifics of the deal have not been disclosed as of yet.