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Countdown to the 2015 NFL draft
We are now less than a month away from the 2015 draft in which of course the Bucs will be selecting first.  So as the countdown to being on the clock continues, we will look at some of the past 39 Buccaneers drafts, both good and bad. 2001 -  The need to draft a left tackle forced the Bucs' hand in trading their 2nd round pick to move up and take Kenyatta Walker. It just didn't work out. Dwight Smith and John Howell were both good picks and the two sixth round selections, Jameel Cook and Ellis Wyms, also contributed to the success of the Bucs over the next two years. So because of the Walker mistake, the overall rating for this draft is a low one. Click here for all the details on the 2001 draft
RB Gary Anderson  1990-93  (54) LB Derrick Brooks  1995-08 (42) S Kenny Gant  1995-97  (38) P Sam Paulescu  2009  (30) And today we get to wish a very happy Buccaneer birthday to the newest Tampa member of the NFL Hall of Fame, Derrick Brooks. 221 games started, 11 Pro Bowls and the all-time leader in tackles for the Bucs.  Oh and he’s in the Ring of Honor too!
Having put together video highlights for Kevin House and Ricky Bell, the third in the series features one of the greatest all-time Buccaneers and true fan favourites, Dave Moore.  Now more well known as part of the team radio broadcast crew with Gene Deckerhoff, Dave played in nearly 200 games for the franchise in a career that spanned 15 seasons.     Click here for the link