GMC, Clayborn Channeling Their Inner Freeman

May 9th, 2011

Saturday Joe wrote a piece about how Josh Freeman was working out with other skill positions players but was keeping the details on the down low as to not attract crowds.

Joe received a few questions from commenters asking why there haven’t been — to anyone’s knowledge — defensive players working out as this insipid lockout continues.

It’s a good question that Joe did not have an answer for. Until now.

Seems as if Gerald McCoy will be hosting Adrian Clayborn in California in two weeks for an OTA of sorts. That’s the word straight from Clayborn’s own fingers via Twitter.

Headed to San Diego in two weeks to train with Gk_McCoy looking forward to learning and getting it in!

Can’t hurt. GMC is in close contact with former Bucs great Warren Sapp who works out of SoCal when on the clock for the NFL Network. It wouldn’t surprise Joe whatsoever if Sapp joins GMC and Clayborn.

Sapp would be about as close to a Bucs coach as these guys are going to get so long as NFL owners keep the players from working.

8 Responses to “GMC, Clayborn Channeling Their Inner Freeman”

  1. RIs_Buc Says:

    What could Price & Bowers be doing more important than this…? aside from rehab

  2. jfgobucs Says:

    Dang…Someone call Bowers and Price

  3. CharlieB Says:

    Bowers and Price should be rehabbing.

  4. Capt.Tim Says:

    I think Price and Bowers are rehabbing. Good to see Adrian Clayborn putting in extra time already. This guy has the talent to be really special. Speed like Simeon Rice, but bigger and stronger against the run. He played last season on a bum ankle and Knee. Expect him to flash this year. He is really, really quick!!

  5. Sander Says:

    It’s not just Gerald McCoy and Adrian Clayborn, Stylez was invited too and I assume other D-linemen as well. At least, that’s what I could glean from their tweets. See:

    @Capt.Tim: Clayborn is very very quick in short spaces, but he doesn’t have speed around the edge like Simeon Rice. He’s going to have to beat tackles on power, skill and quickness, not on speed.

  6. dan Says:

    great story!

  7. RastaMon Says:

    LEADER !

  8. Capt.Tim Says:

    Sander- speed around the corner is exactly what he brings to the table, along with quick hands! It’s the element Raheem searched for, and Clayborn displayed better the all the rest, save Quinn.