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Biermann won't be starting and he'll probably play SLB first then play some DE. I'd say the starting DE's would be clayborn and Hageman in a 4-3 under. Maybe Clayborn and goodman.

Never really considered hageman at DE and think he could rush with power but can't see him bending around the edge. The one thing I know is that this man needs to be starting on the d-line.

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Never really considered hageman at DE and think he could rush with power but can't see him bending around the edge. The one thing I know is that this man needs to be starting on the d-line.

Biermann won't be starting and he'll probably play SLB first then play some DE. I'd say the starting DE's would be clayborn and Hageman in a 4-3 under. Maybe Clayborn and goodman.

Always saw Hageman as an DE 4-3...never thought his potential was at DT.
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Question. Can Clayborn play LE? I mean physically. I understand he has a reason why he cannot.

He has started a couple of games at LDE... I know his situation so he has mainly played RDE but he has played some LDE..... Clayborn got injured but he was there starting DE last year.... During the preseason and the 1st game

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Adrian Clayborn poised for big year

If I had to pick a Tampa Bay player that’s in for a breakout season, I’d go with defensive end Adrian Clayborn.

Clayborn

Clayborn

The guy was a first-round talent coming out of college in 2011. He showed some promise as a rookie, but his past two seasons have been interrupted by injuries. With a new coaching staff that’s not going to run nearly as many stunts as a year ago, Clayborn might be able to thrive.

The Bucs brought in Michael Johnson to play right defensive end, but defensive line coach Joe Cullen said Clayborn will get to rush the passer from both sides and he has high expectations for the fourth-year player.

“When I look back at Adrian, I look back at his rookie year when he had his hand in the dirt all the time, just going vertical, getting off the ball, being disruptive, 7 1/2 sacks from the right side,’’ Cullen said. “Then he had the injury and then you look at last year, he had 19 1/2 tackles for loss, 5 1/2 sacks and three of them were on the left side. And it was a little bit different scheme but still he’s rushing from that side, so he’s going to play both sides. Michael’s going to rush from both sides.’’

Johnson got big money in free agency and the Bucs are counting on him to be their top pass-rusher. But I wouldn’t be surprised if Clayborn ends up playing a big role.

Before his injury

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clayborn really did have 17.5 - 19 tackles for loss in 2013 ... the only d-line tht had more then him that year is J.J Watt and Robert Quinn

i didnt know that

I think Clayborn, if healthy, is going to be a problem with Quinn. I mean the last Buc he stole away turned out pretty good. Hopefully Quinn strikes gold twice.

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