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    • JoshMcCrownUs

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      Watching the flacons jets game, Clayborn already has a sack, a couple of hurries and a batted ball (that I’ve noticed).If he stays healthy, which sadly he never could with us, I could easily see him having a great season and joining the list of esteemed ex-Bucs who have gone on and hit their primes / won games on other teams.One last time for old time's sake: it's a Bucs Life!

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    • Anonymous

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      He’s not a game changer but I think he will have his best season in the pros if he stays healthy.

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    • Anonymous

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      They have him at DT btw. I always wondered why we didn’t try him there. He’s definitely never lacked for power.

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    • Anonymous

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      If there was a guy that i could speculate would leave the bucs and do well, it would be this guy (revis excluded).I still think it was a mistake to let him go. Even IF it were just for depth. Or at least wait until you have a viable replacement.Trex arm, he is. But the cat has a motor. Too bad the injury bug has plagued him so much.

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    • Anonymous

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      i was very vocal about retaining him but i’m not sure i would’ve paid him what Atlanta did. Maybe he balls out and we bring him back. Life is strange!!

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    • Anonymous

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      I always like Clay.  He might not have racked up the stats, but he was tough as nails and was a good stout overall DE.

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    • Anonymous

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      He could have a siegeure.

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    • Anonymous

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      The one armed ass kicker

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    • Anonymous

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      Watching the flacons jets game, Clayborn already has a sack, a couple of hurries and a batted ball (that I've noticed).If he stays healthy, which sadly he never could with us, I could easily see him having a great season and joining the list of esteemed ex-Bucs who have gone on and hit their primes / won games on other teams.One last time for old time's sake: it's a Bucs Life!

      Outside of Steve Young, I'm having a hard time thinking of ex-Bucs who went on to greatness elsewhere. Even if some list was giant, I doubt Clayborn would be joining it. Just because he looks good in a preseason game. The dude has no real skill to his pass rushing game, he's just a violent DE who wants to bully his way to the QB. He'll always be a solid player for some team, but I don't blame the Bucs from moving on. For a 1st round pick, he played at the level of a 3rd/4th rounder at best and couldn't stay healthy.

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    • Anonymous

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      Watching the flacons jets game, Clayborn already has a sack, a couple of hurries and a batted ball (that I've noticed).If he stays healthy, which sadly he never could with us, I could easily see him having a great season and joining the list of esteemed ex-Bucs who have gone on and hit their primes / won games on other teams.One last time for old time's sake: it's a Bucs Life!

      Outside of Steve Young, I'm having a hard time thinking of ex-Bucs who went on to greatness elsewhere. Even if some list was giant, I doubt Clayborn would be joining it. Just because he looks good in a preseason game. The dude has no real skill to his pass rushing game, he's just a violent DE who wants to bully his way to the QB. He'll always be a solid player for some team, but I don't blame the Bucs from moving on. For a 1st round pick, he played at the level of a 3rd/4th rounder at best and couldn't stay healthy.

      Michael Bennett, Warrick Dunn, Steve Christie, Doug Williams. I'm sure there are more but these came off the top of my head.

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    • Anonymous

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      I’ll give you Williams and Bennett, but Dunn please. I love me some Warrick Dunn but he was a productive player for the Bucs and we won a Super Bowl without him anyways.

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    • Anonymous

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      Doug? Young? Dilfer?Having trouble trying to think of any defenders, but offensively, ..some of these guys have gone off and done some pretty big things.I doubt clay goes on and lights it up beyond his best season here, but im still gonna say he has one of the better chances to do well than a lot of recent other ex bucs.And, to be fair, revis can be included in that disscussion now. So, yeah, ..there IS an exbuc defender we can hate, lol.

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    • Anonymous

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      He could have a siegeure.

      Really dude

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    • Anonymous

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      Watching the flacons jets game, Clayborn already has a sack, a couple of hurries and a batted ball (that I've noticed).If he stays healthy, which sadly he never could with us, I could easily see him having a great season and joining the list of esteemed ex-Bucs who have gone on and hit their primes / won games on other teams.One last time for old time's sake: it's a Bucs Life!

      Outside of Steve Young, I'm having a hard time thinking of ex-Bucs who went on to greatness elsewhere. Even if some list was giant, I doubt Clayborn would be joining it. Just because he looks good in a preseason game. The dude has no real skill to his pass rushing game, he's just a violent DE who wants to bully his way to the QB. He'll always be a solid player for some team, but I don't blame the Bucs from moving on. For a 1st round pick, he played at the level of a 3rd/4th rounder at best and couldn't stay healthy.

      Michael Bennett, Warrick Dunn, Steve Christie, Doug Williams. I'm sure there are more but these came off the top of my head.

      Darrelle Revis, Harry Swayne

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    • Anonymous

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      Clayborn and Beasley collapsing pockethttps://mobile.twitter.com/FalcoholicDW/status/635074176668311552/video/1

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    • Anonymous

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      Adrian’s best attribute as a football player has always been his motor.  He has usually looked very good in the preseason as a result.  He was clearly our best end last preseason.  I also would have liked to bring him back.  He was always a quality 3rd/4th end and borderline starter.  When you tack on a history of injury though, I do get moving on.  The guy just flat did not suit up enough here to be counted on going into any particular season.

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    • ruodrik

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      Sad to see AJ Clay go.  Not only a great high motor player but just a great human being. 

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    • tbfan4047

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      Clay was one of few recent Bucs who was generally liked by the whole fanbase. “High motor and not worth a first, but great guy” seemed to be the general sentiment here.

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    • Marcia

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      If healthy, the rest of his career is going to be fantastic. He was never used correctly here.

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    • tbfan4047

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      If healthy, the rest of his career is going to be fantastic. He was never used correctly here.

      How would you use him?

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    • Marcia

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      If healthy, the rest of his career is going to be fantastic. He was never used correctly here.

      How would you use him?

      I would have put more emphasis on him as a first round pick and would have utilized him wherever he could be effective on the line.  He could have been Simeon if coached properly.

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    • Anonymous

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      He could have been Simeon if coached properly.

      Apparently the board ran out of blue ink..

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    • Anonymous

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      If healthy, the rest of his career is going to be fantastic. He was never used correctly here.

      How would you use him?

      I would have put more emphasis on him as a first round pick and would have utilized him wherever he could be effective on the line.  He could have been Simeon if coached properly.

      Pass that ish. I feel like being comically delusional as well.

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    • Anonymous

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      If healthy, the rest of his career is going to be fantastic. He was never used correctly here.

      How would you use him?

      I would have put more emphasis on him as a first round pick and would have utilized him wherever he could be effective on the line.  He could have been Simeon if coached properly.

      You would've intervened Superman-style and turned back time so that his injuries didn't occur? That's about the only thing the Bucs could've done. Classic Red Board, BTW. Bucs dump player, player plays well on a preseason drive or two, player is suddenly loved by Red Board after years of applying the "bust" label, anger at staff/front office for letting him go. Geez.

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    • Anonymous

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      If healthy, the rest of his career is going to be fantastic. He was never used correctly here.

      How would you use him?

      I would have put more emphasis on him as a first round pick and would have utilized him wherever he could be effective on the line.  He could have been Simeon if coached properly.

      lol

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    • Anonymous

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      AC could’ve been Simeon Rice? Yup, time to go.

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    • Anonymous

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      Clayborn is average. He is never going to be an elite pass rusher but he is a decent one. lol @ being Simeon Rice. No way man.

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    • Anonymous

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      If healthy, the rest of his career is going to be fantastic. He was never used correctly here.

      How would you use him?

      I would have put more emphasis on him as a first round pick and would have utilized him wherever he could be effective on the line.  He could have been Simeon if coached properly.

      What? Literally zero similarities.

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    • tbfan4047

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      If healthy, the rest of his career is going to be fantastic. He was never used correctly here.

      How would you use him?

      I would have put more emphasis on him as a first round pick and would have utilized him wherever he could be effective on the lineHe could have been Simeon if coached properly.

      1) Where could he have been effective on the line? 2) What similarities do you see between Clayborn & Simeon Rice?

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    • Anonymous

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      Dang it you show an ex-Buc a little bit of love, turn away for a sec and all of a sudden thread gets trolljacked  by ppl going full retard and comparing him to Rice.This is why we can't have nice things.

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