ESPN NFC South blogger Pat Yasinskas is forecasting a breakout season for fourth-year LE Adrian Clayborn.
The Bucs have decided against exercising DE Adrian Clayborn's fifth-year option for 2015.
Profootballtalk.com reports the Buccaneers are "doubtful" to exercise DE Adrian Clayborn's fifth-year club option.
The Buccaneers are moving Adrian Clayborn to left defensive end.
Bucs RE Adrian Clayborn (ACL surgery) was a full participant as the team opened training camp.
Bucs coach Greg Schiano said the team will keep RE Adrian Clayborn (knee) out of team drills at OTAs for "safety reasons."
GM Mark Dominik expects RE Adrian Clayborn (knee) to be ready for Week 1.
Bucs RE Adrian Clayborn is done for the season with a torn knee ligament.
"Several players" in the Bucs' locker room Sunday suggested RE Adrian Clayborn's right knee injury will be season ending.
Bucs DE Adrian Clayborn was forced from Sunday's Week 3 game at Dallas with what appeared to be a serious right knee injury.
Rookie DE Adrian Clayborn leads the Bucs with 14 QB pressures and three sacks at the mid-way point of the season.
Buccaneers agreed to terms with No. 20 overall pick DE Adrian Clayborn on a fully guaranteed four-year, $8.2 million contract.
The Buccaneers will be looking for first and second round draft picks Adrian Clayborn and Da'Quan Bowers to help shore up their run defense in 2011.
Adrian Clayborn is expected to step right in as the starting right defensive end, displacing Stylez G. White.