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Clayton Or Brown For DE Brian Robison?

In my opinion, a trade for Albert Haynesworth would make Tampa Bay better, but it would not be a popular move. In addition to trading for a player with questionable attitude and conditioning skills, it’s pretty much an admission that Brian Price isn’t a part of their immediate plans.

On the other hand, the Vikings are a team that may want a receiver even more than Shanahan currently does. With Sidney Rice recovering from hip surgery and out indefinitely, it would make sense to offer them Michael Clayton, who could possibly be cut anyways, or Reggie Brown, who Brad Childress coached in Philadelphia. Minnesota is deep across the defensive line and might be willing to part with fourth-year spot defensive end Brian Robison, who had 4.5 sacks last season.



  1. Gatorbuc15

    August 25, 2010 at 6:56 pm

    I would love for the Bucs to trade either Clayton or Brown (preferably Clayton) to the Vikings for DE Brian Robinson. But I think the Vikings are gonna want a little more from the Bucs than just one of them. But who knows.

  2. Chris Bach

    August 25, 2010 at 10:48 pm

    I don’t want to read much into the Jevan Snead signing because I have great confidence that by the end of the year, Freeman will be playing on a better level than Matt Moore and at least equal with Matt Ryan.

    It does seem like the team goes back and forth between being in “win now” mode and not. If they are in “win now” mode, a 4th and a guy you might cut anyone, Clayton or Brown, is cheap for a quality starting defensive end.

  3. Old Buc Fan

    August 26, 2010 at 10:13 am

    Foolish to trade Brown. No Brainer to trade Clayton.All but one year of downside for Clayton.

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