Clayton Also Helps At Camp McCown

June 29th, 2009

Michael Clayton blocked out some time to help Luke McCown at his Texas youth camp

Joe awarded Kellen Winslow a medal for marching out to east Texas to help Luke McCown with his annual basic training quarterback camp.

While reading the Tyler Morning Telegraph this weekend, Joe learned the world’s greatest and highest paid blocking receiver, Michael Clayton, also coached at McCown’s camp for the second consecutive season.

Good job, men. Clayton, you deserve some love, too.

The local Texas media caught up with McCown for some feel good chatter, and McCown mentioned the positive atmosphere around Bucs camp.

“I think the competition, the atmosphere that Raheem has created is going to be good for our team, make everyone play harder, better,” said Luke, who was taken in the fourth round of the 2004 draft by Cleveland before being traded the next season to Tampa Bay. “I’m going into my sixth year with only seven starts. I’ve got a lot of football in me, just not on the field.”

Again, Joe’s rooting for McCown to win job as opening day starter. And Joe can’t wait for training camp to begin in a mere 32 days on Aug. 1. Enough talk already. It’s time to put on the pads.

4 Responses to “Clayton Also Helps At Camp McCown”

  1. Marc Benarzyk Says:

    You are doing well Joe

    I believe that you might actually be kissing K2’s butt worse than I do

  2. Joe Says:

    Take care of those “cold sores” Mark.

  3. JK Says:

    Is Clayton the Glazers highest paid player??

  4. Joe Says:


    Without doing any research, Joe guesses it would be Antonio Bryant.