Michael Clayton could be the next to go in Tampa.
With one underachieving former first-round pick already gone from Tampa, another one could be not far behind.
As the folks at JoeBucsFan.com point out, receiver Michael Clayton seems to be a good candidate for a new location.
The problem is that Clayton, the 15th overall pick in the 2004 draft, has a base salary of $3 million, which no team would likely be thrilled to absorb, for the same reasons that the Bucs would be moving him. (In contrast, Gaines Adams is making only $900,000 this year, and the remaining base salaries on his rookie deal aren't much higher.)