Buccaneers Work Out TE Dallas Clark, According To Report

In the aftermatch of Kellen Winslow's SiriusXM interview Monday morning, ESPN is reporting that former Indianapolis Colts tight end Dallas Clark has been working out for the Buccaneers, adding fuel to the fire that Winslow is on his way out of Tampa Bay.

The Colts were quick to release Clark on March 9 as they purged the team of veterans and aging players after the departure of Peyton Manning. Clark, the 24th overall pick in 2003, spent nine years with the Colts and will turn 33 next month. During his tenure in Indianapolis, he notched 46 touchdowns and 427 receptions for 4,887 yards. His production was limited in 2010 and 2011 following wrist injuries. Notably, Clark is only the second tight end in league history to have more than 100 receptions in one season.

Dallas Clark has also visited the New England Patriots and the Kansas City Chiefs, according to other reports.

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