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YearsPlayerPos
1986-87Kevin WalkerCB
1987Eddie HunterRB
1987Charles GladmanRB
1990Derrick DouglasRB
1991Chuck WeatherspoonRB
1992-93Anthony McDowellFB
1995-98Jerry EllisonRB
2003Cecil MartinFB
2004Will AllenS
2007Anthony MadisonCB
2007Keiwan RatliffCB
2009Steve CargileCB
2009Marcus HamiltonCB
2010Vince AndersonCB
2012-Keith TandyDB
The No.37 shirt
It took over a decade for any player to wear No.37 in a game for the Buccaneers and Kevin Walker's primary contribution to the annals of history of football in Tampa are for being named NFC Defensive Player of the Week during the strike games in 1987.

Eddie Hunter followed him in the jersey at the end of that season and Charles Gladman technically wore it when the strike ended as he was placed on IR and hence remained part of the regular season roster.

Anthony McDowell was a solid blocking back for three seasons in Tampa and wore No.37 before switching numbers in his final year. But it is Jerry Ellison who wins the best of a bad bunch for some solid performances, mainly as a rookie during the 1995 season.

And of course, who can ever forget Cecil's one game for the Buccaneers?

Five of the most recent owners of the jersey were both one week roster additions but never saw any meaningful playing time for the Bucs whilst Keith Tandy has been not much more than a special teams player since his rookie season in 2012.

THE BEST TO WEAR NO.37 - JERRY ELLISON

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