The Buccaneers later announced that Clark had signed a one-year deal, though financial terms were not disclosed.
Ample opportunity for Clark
Dallas Clark is no longer the difference-maker he once was, but there should be an opportunity in Tampa, writes Gregg Rosenthal. More ...
"Dallas Clark is a consummate pro and proven playmaker," Buccaneers general manager Mark Dominik said in a news release. "He will be another asset, on and off the field, for our team."
The 32-year-old Clark saw his production dip the past two seasons, totaling just 71 catches for 699 yards and five scores after a career-high 1,106 receiving yards in 2009. Clark made the Pro Bowl that season.