Adrian Clayborn Is Hungry

July 1st, 2012

Yeah, Joe will write about the changes in the NFL blackout policy shortly, (Joe is finishing some research), but first Joe wants to share a Twitter funny from Adrian Clayborn.

The only Buccaneer that could consistently scare quarterbacks last season (7.5 sacks), Clayborn is hungry as the 2012 season approaches. This is no suprise, as the Bucs’ second-year defensive lineman is half-man/half-dog and he plays borderline illegal, as Raheem Morris liked to say.

Adhering to a strict diet regimen was getting to Clayborn around midnight last night, so he Twittered.

@AjaClay – Eating healthy sucks! And I just want te whole world to kno that I don’t like it! … Make it worse……got these big girls arciss the bar eating WHATEVER THEY WANT!!!

Joe’s glad to see that a hungry manbeast like Clayborn can control his appetite. Joe’s liking this small display of discipline under the New Schiano Order. Passing on late night bar grub while watching large women maul plates of fries, cheeseburgers and wings is tough duty.

13 Responses to “Adrian Clayborn Is Hungry”

  1. Have A Nice Day Says:

    Got a good laugh out of this one.

  2. Garry Says:

    Love your Optimism @Dini

  3. ClayBURN94 Says:


  4. Garv Says:

    Dini’s weeny is “terrified.”


    IMO Adrian Clayborn will make even more strides this year, with a full offseason and a much better coaching staff.

    Buccaneers in 2012?

    Can’t WAIT!!!

  5. Jrock(mobile) Says:

    Clayborn later tweeted that the women had a Scottish accent, at which point he approached them saying, “excuse me ladies I overheard your accents, are you from Scotland?”

    The women, obviously offended, reply “IT’S WALES!”

    Clayborn excused himself, replying “I’m so sorry, are you WHALES from Scotland?”

  6. Have A Nice Day Says:

    ^^^Bud Dum Tss!

  7. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Says:

    One has to wonder what is a professional athlete preparing for football season even doing in a bar late at night ? Drinking Water ?

  8. Garry Says:

    Why? your not his keeper. did you see him in the news paper today?

  9. Miguel Grande Says:

    I would be more encouraged to see Brian Price tweet that.

    @Jrock Nice one.

    I think most young, single, millionaire men are out on Saturday night having a couple beers. I just hope he uses a designated driver or a car service.

    Eating healthy should be more of a lifestyle then a diet. Nothing is more disgusting to me than a bacon double cheeseburger. I would much rather have something healthy like grapes and cheese.

  10. George Says:

    Uh, Chris, there’s nothing wrong with going out for a few beers and enjoying oneself. What, you expect these guys to live like monks just because they’re professional athletes? Gimme a break. I’d be a lot more worried if he was going to church all the time.

  11. princespanky Says:

    As long as he isn’t yungry he can be whatever he likes…. he was our best player on D by a long shot last year and my bet is he will be even better this year without the extra carbs

  12. CanadianBucsFan Says:

    Clayborn is a BEAST! He had a great rookie season with 7.5 sacks. I know its not a huge number but its impressive considering that we were always trailing the opposing teams and they didint need to pass as much on us, resulting in our DE’s getting less chances to rush the quarterback 🙁 our D-line can be special if GMC stays healthy the whole season and I know Price is likely never to be at 100% or even 90%, but with the heartbreak hes suffered recently and in his life I hope he uses football as a way to release his anger/emotions and cause havoc for the opposing O-line. I’m not so worried about Clayborn and Bennett, I hope they both increase there sack totals this year with defense that should be much improved!

  13. Thomas2.2 Says:

    No complaints about Clay’s rookie year.

    I guess it is not unheard of to produce as a rookie?