The Tampa Bay Buccaneers enter the 2017 season looking to make the playoffs for the first time since 2007. The Bucs will rely on a revamped offense built around third-year quarterback Jameis Winston and former Texas A&M wide receiver Mike Evans.
Tampa Bay has a long history of standout SEC players. We take a look at 10 of the best SEC alums for the Bucs over the years. The players are listed alphabetically.
LB Scot Brantley
Years in Tampa Bay: 1980-87
Why he’s here: Brantley’s career at UF ended after two games of his senior season in 1979 because of concussions, but he was cleared to play in the NFL and enjoyed a solid eight-season career with the Bucs, including five seasons as a starter. He was stout against the run and also had eight career interceptions.
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