Although he never played a snap for the Bucs, Kaelin Clay came to Tampa Bay in 2015 after being selected in the sixth round the draft, and was later signed to the practice squad. He was later released that season, and signed with the Lions on their practice squad before signing with the Baltimore Ravens’ active roster. He also had stints in Carolina, Buffalo, and New York with the Giants in his three year career.
Throughout his four years in the NFL, Clay spent more time as a returner than a receiver. He has recorded two punt return touchdowns throughout his career, one with Baltimore, one with Carolina. In 22 total games, Clay recorded only six catches for 85 yards and never saw the end zone playing on offense. He has also seen three carried for less than 30 yards in his career in the NFL.
Clay, not being picked up after being cut by the Ravens in October of 2018, signed with the AAF’s Salt Lake Stallions in December. In his one game so far with the Stallions, Clay did not record anything that could be tracked on the stat sheet. He plays again tomorrow at 2pm EST against Trent Richardson and the Birmingham Iron.