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YearsPlayerPos
1976-84Cedric BrownS
1986Mack BoatnerRB
1987Adrian WrightFB
1988-89Lars TateRB
1991-93Reggie CobbRB
1996Leroy ThompsonRB
1999-02Dexter JacksonS
2003Travis StephensRB
2003David GibsonS
2004Greg ComellaFB
2005-11Earnest GrahamRB
2012Michael SmithRB
2014-Charles SimsRB
The No.34 shirt
To go with the veteran safety or one of the two younger backs. Cedric Brown gets our nod for the best-ever No.34 in Buccaneer history thanks to his long career at free safety for the franchise and that he remains 3rd all-time on the interception list behind Donnie Abraham and Ronde Barber.

Both Reggie Cobb and to a lesser extent, Lars Tate, had some good momens in the Buccaneer backfield, but nothing all-conquering as some other backs have done for the franchise.

Dexter Jackson is the probably the only other person on this list whose name if instantly recognisable to Buccaneer fans, and that is always going to be for one particular game against the Raiders which saw him named as MVP of Super Bowl XXXVII.

Greg Comella saw limited action in 2004 as a fullback and the number was taken over in 2005 by Earnest Graham who had gotten bored with the 33 jersey he wore as a rookie the previous year. Graham had a very solid Buccaneer career including a stellar 2007 campaign as the starting tailback but not enough to overtake one of the great early Buccaneers.

Michael Smith had a Buccaneer career that lasted but one game although the most recent owner, Charles Sims, showed some nice touches as a rookie to indicate the jersey is once again in safe hands.

THE BEST TO WEAR NO.34 - CEDRIC BROWN



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