Bucs’ Adrian Clayborn: Left End Feels More Comfortable Now (VIDEO)

After spending the majority of his football career lining up on the right side of the defensive line and taking on left tackles, Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Adrian Clayborn was charged with a new task this offseason of learning to rush from the left.

While this may not seem like much of an issue, Clayborn has Erb’s Palsy, a condition that affects the nerves in his right arm, which puts him at a natural disadvantage coming from that side. Clayborn said it’s allowed him to be more creative as a pass rusher and that he’s even more comfortable lining up on that side now versus the right.