Depending on the level of interest from these teams, it would appear as though Clayborn as a solid market developing.
Clayborn has been mentioned as an under-the-radar defensive end for teams looking for upgrades in free agency.
Clayborn, 26, is a former first-round pick of the Buccaneers, but he hasn’t developed into the kind of pass-rusher they were hoping he’d be. Last year, the Bucs did not pick up his fifth-year option, which is why he’s in position to test the open market next week.
In 2014, Clayborn was limited to appearing in just one game due to a torn biceps he sustained in earlier September.