Once regarded as one of the best tight ends in the NFL, the past two seasons have not been kind to Dallas Clark.
This season he will get a new start in Tampa and the question that needs to be answered is, will he be relevant with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers?
Things were looking good for Clark heading into 2010 as he was coming off his first 1,000-yard receiving season in the NFL.
However, a wrist injury/surgery would limit Clark to six games. In those six games Clark would have just 37 receptions, 347 receiving yards and three touchdowns.
Things were not much better in 2011, having to play for the first time without Peyton Manning while again dealing with injuries. Clark played in just 11 games, tallying 325 receiving yards and two touchdowns.
Looking forward to 2012, there are two factors working against Clark in Tampa Bay.
First is his past injuries. As mentioned previously, Clark missed parts of the last two seasons because of injuries limiting him to just 17...