Bucs Could Be Done With Adrian Clayborn

Adrian Clayborn of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers may not be with the team for much longer. According to Pro Football Talk, since the deadline for exercising the fifth-year option for 2011 draft players is inching closer, it seems that the Bucs will not keep him.

Clayborn was the 20th overall pick in 2011 and in 2013 he started every game for Tampa Bay to rack up 5.5 sacks.

Sources say that Clayborn will not be traded. If he stays with the Bucs, his contract could be valued at around $6.9 million.

But, don’t count on it.

For more on this story visit: Mike Florio, Pro Football Talk