Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end and noted “F**king soldier!” Kellen Winslow has been shipped out. The Bucs signed Dallas Clark Monday night, one of the few veterans on a very young team that spent last season as a doormat for the NFC South division.

As if Clark’s signing wasn’t message enough, Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano called Winslow to tell him explicitly not to report for OTAs this week. Winslow drew the ire of his new coach by spending most of his offseason in San Diego, away www.falconsnflofficialshop.com/Authentic-Desmond-Trufant-Jersey from the rest of the team. For his trouble, Winslow is now heading to Seattle, in exchange for a conditional seventh-round pick in 2013.

Tampa Bay gave away Winslow for pennies on the dollar, a clear signal of Schiano’s intention of a clean purge from the Raheem Morris era. Tanard Jackson has already felt the sting, released after a rehab attempt not up to the former Rutgers head coach’s liking. Cornerback Aqib Talib, who makes a habit of finding himself in legal trouble, could be next.

Schiano’s latitude with personnel might come back to bite him if he can’t at least change the direction of his team, which finished 2011 on a 10-game losing streak. While Winslow might have not been a poster boy for The Schiano Way, he surely had more trade value than a seventh-rounder. And whether Clark represents any sort of upgrade at the position remains to be seen.