Dallas Clark has a new NFL home in Tampa Bay after he spent nine seasons in Indianapolis.
Clark worked out for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last week and once a spot opened up, as it did today, the team didn't hesitate to try and sign him.
Clark will take TE Kellen Winslow's spot after he missed voluntary OTAs today.
The Buccaneers decided after Winslow was absent from the workout that he would no longer be apart of the team. Bucs say they plan to trade him or release him.
Bucs head coach Greg Schiano wanted a veteran leader and he got one in Clark, who turns 33 next month.
Clark finished last season with only 34 catches for 352 yards.