Bucs No. 2 receiver Michael Clayton said Tuesday that he doesn't expect to spend any time Sunday thinking about the sore hamstring that kept him out of all but one preseason game.
Clayton, in fact, declared himself to be 100 percent and it's a good thing, because it's starting to look like the Bucs might use their top two wideouts a little more than they had planned.
Though the Bucs will still lean mostly on their three-pronged running attack to move the ball, new coordinator Greg Olson is expected to add a few more passing elements to the game plan.
"When you talk about what 'Oly' brings to the table, you're talking about more dynamic routes," Bucs coach Raheem Morris said. "You'll see different routes, more down-the-field routes. You'll see more of the downfield, double-move hits, and you'll see the tight end game, too. But we want to be a good team, so we have to use our play-action as a weapon."