The No.18 shirt One of the most under-used shirt numbers in Buccaneer history. I wonder how Parnell Dickinson felt when Derrick Lewis made it on to the inactive roster briefly in 2004 and became the second Buc ever to sport No.18? Parnell, or "Paydirt" as he was known, made one start during the expansion season and saw playing time in seven other games. He was fast, had a big arm and often couldn't hit a cow's backside with a banjo. But he was also a great quote after the game. He now works at Raymind James Stadium for the NFL enforcing the league's uniform code during home games. The next wearer of the jersey obviously also felt the Parnell influence as Brian Clark switched to the No.87 jersey almost as quickly as Lewis had and lost it. Sammie Stroughter was the rookie receiving sensation of 2009 and even returned a kickoff for a touchdown during his first NFL season and although his following seasons were not been so spectacular, he still winds up surpassing Paydirt for the best No.18. A trio of back-up receivers have worn the jersey in recent seasons none of which challenged Stroughter's hold on the best-ever No.18 title.
Click on the player's name for their profile page, Buccaneer career stats and picture galleries Years Player Pos 1976 Parnell Dickinson QB 2004 Derrick Lewis WR 2007 Brian Clark WR 2009-12 Sammie Stroughter WR 2013 Skye Dawson WR 2014-15 Louis Murphy WR 2016-17 Bernard Reedy WR 2019- Ishmael Hyman WR