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 22   Thomas Clayton   RB
  Height: 5-11   Weight: 220
  Year: 3   Yrs/Pat: 1
  Acquired: FA-2010
  School: Kansas State
  Born: Apr 26, 1984    

Career Transactions

Thomas Clayton was claimed off waivers and awarded to the Patriots from the Cleveland Brown on December 2, 2010 ... Originally was a sixth-round draft choice (186th overall) by the San Francisco 49ers in the 2007 NFL Draft ... Waived by the 49ers (09/02/07) ... Signed by the 49ers to the practice squad (09/04/07) ... Waived by the 49ers on (8/30/08) ... Signed by the 49ers to the practice squad on (08/31/08) ... Signed by the 49ers to the 53-man roster from the practice squad  (12/14/08) ...  Signed by the Patriots (6/11/10) ... Released by the Patriots (8/6/10) ... Re-signed by the Patriots (8/11/10) ... Released by the Patriots (9/4/10) ... Signed to the Cleveland Browns practice squad (9/14/10) ... Signed by the Patriots to the 53-man roster from the Browns practice squad (9/30/10) ... Released by the Patriots (10/23/10) ... Claimed off waivers and awarded to  Cleveland from the Patriots (10/26/10) ... Released by the Browns (12/1/10)



2010 Season

2010 (1/0, 0/0 – Patriots)

  • Spent the 2010 season between the active roster and practice squad of Cleveland and active roster for the Patriots.
  • Made his Patriots debut, carrying the ball six times for 17 yards vs. Miami (1/2).
  • Was inactive for six games while on the New England 53-man roster.

2010 (2/0 - Browns)

  • Played in two games and was inactive for two games while on the Cleveland 53-man roster.
  • Had one rushing attempt for no gain vs. N.Y. Jets (11/14) in his NFL debut.
  • Played in a reserve role at Jacksonville (11/21).

2010 (0/0 - Patriots)

  • Was inactive against Miami (10/4) and Baltimore (10/7).

 



2009 Season

  • Spent the season on injured reserve after getting hurt during a preseason game.


2008 Season

  • Spent the first 14 weeks on the season on the practice squad before joining the 53-man roster for the final two games of the season.
  • Was inactive for the final two games. 


2007 Season

  • Spent his entire rookie season on the San Francisco practice squad. 


College

  • Played in 28 career games at Kansas State, recording 232 carries for 1,075 yards with seven touchdowns, including a career-long 80-yarder in 2005.
  • As a senior in 2006, was Kansas State's third-leading rusher with 322 yards for 80.5 yards per game. 
  • Led the team with 637 rushing yards on 137 attempts and recorded four touchdowns as a junior.
  • Appeared in four games as a true freshman at Florida State. (Clayton transfered to Kansas State following his freshman year.)


Personal

  • Born Thomas Clayton on April 26, 1984 in Alexandria, Virginia.
  • Was a Super Prep All-American at Mt. Vernon (Alexandria, VA) High School. 
  • Named USA Today All-USA second-team as he rushed for over 2,000 yards as a senior and scored 26 touchdowns, leading Mount Vernon to a 3A Division 5 title.
  • Majored in social sciences.  
  • Clayton was a gym rat from the day he could walk, and started doing light weightlifting when he was 10 years old. With his father in the military, he was taught at young age the importance of exercise. 
  • He used to work at RFK Stadium in Washington DC from the age of 11-16 as a vendor at football games. 


Extra Points

  • Clayton was a gym rat from the day he could walk, and started doing light weight lifting when he was 10 years old. With his father in the military, he was taught at young age the importance of exercise.
  • He used to work at RFK Stadium in Washington DC from the age of 11-16 as a vendor at football games.