21 May 2012
According to multiple reports, the Buccaneers have reached an agreement with former Colts tight end Dallas Clark and will look to jettison Kellen Winslow.
Winslow did slow mightily by our metrics last season, but it's still kind of surprising to see him replaced by Clark, who managed to look even more washed up in Indianapolis. Apparently Winslow's absence at a few of the Bucs OTA's helped grease the wheels on the decision.
Edit: The Seahawks dealt a conditional seventh-rounder, that could elevate up to a sixth-rounder, to the Bucs to acquire Winslow. Certainly an interesting play for Seattle, and it should give them some formation diversity as well as a replacement for the departed John Carlson.
12 comments, Last at 24 May 2012, 1:54pm by bigfoot
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