The son of the Bucs' first head coach, John McKay, and elder brother of former GM Rich McKay. Played for his father at USC and spent the first three seasons in franchise history doing the same in Tampa. Received a lot of criticism from fellow players and fans who thought he was given preferential treatment in the process. Also played part of the ill-fated 1975 World Football League season for the Southern California Sun. Was actually the second-leading receiver in franchise history when he was cut in camp in 1979. Never played in the NFL again after leaving Tampa Bay. He always states in interviews that his claim to fame is being the very first player ever introduced as a Tampa Bay Buccaneer.