Even before Michael Clayton reintroduced himself to the end zone Saturday, the Bucs were fielding calls from other teams interested in trading for the enigmatic receiver. A change of scenery might be good for Clayton, who is in the final year of his contract. And certainly, the Bucs have a surplus of pass catchers. But it's unlikely any route Clayton runs this season will take him out of Tampa Bay. "I'm interested in Clayton, too. I don't care who else is," coach Jon Gruden said Monday. That's not to say the Bucs won't entertain trades, but at receiver they are dealing from strength. Clayton said he has not focused on the multiple scenarios, either, though he did hear broadcaster Chris Myers say general manager Bruce Allen had been fielding calls from teams interested in trading for him. -- St. Petersburg Times
All anyone says is that he is a good blocker, which I agree with.
We ownt get much for him IMO. Let him play the year and see how he does. It is a contract year.
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