Spent a decade with the Bucs most of which saw him starting opposite Ronde Barber at cornerback but injuries marred his final two seasons in Tampa. Twice led the team in interceptions including the Super Bowl 2002 season. Spent his first three NFL seasons as the Bucs' nickel back and making occasional starts in place of Ronde Barber and Donnie Abraham through injury. Replaced Abraham as the starting right cornerback early in the 2001 season and played well enough to earn a new long-term contract whilst the former Pro Bowler Abraham was released. Bought himself out of his contract in March 2008 and signed with the Lions as a free agent. Played one year with Detroit and then retired from the game.