Adrian Clayborn Done for the Season with Torn Knee Ligaments

The Buccaneers learned Monday they will be without defensive end Adrian Clayborn for the rest of season.

Clayborn suffered torn ligaments in his right knee, coach Greg Schiano confirmed Monday, and will require surgery in a few weeks. He was injured early in the fourth quarter of the Bucs’ 16-10 loss to the Dallas Cowboys Sunday.

“Unfortunately, it’s not a good one. Adrian is going to have to have surgery, so he’s done for the season,” Schiano said during his Monday news conference. “You know, it’ll probably be a couple weeks before it happens that he has it. Certainly, it’s unfortunate for him and the team.

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