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YearsPlayerPos
1976Pat ToomayDE
1977Blanchard CarterG
1982-84Booker ReeseDE
1985-87George YarnoOL
1987Dave HeffernanT
1990Willie WyattDT
1991Rhett HallDT
1992-93Bruce ReimersG
1999Ken BlackmanG
2002-03Ryan BenjaminLS
2004Damian GregoryDT
2006Nick MihlhauserC
2013-14Patrick OmamehG
2015Eric KushC
2016-Leonard WesterT
The No.66 shirt
Of the 14 different players to have worn No.66 for the Buccaneers, there are some serious trivia answers - Worst-ever Buc (Booker Reese) and even the Ugliest Buc (Rhett Hall as voted for by the Bucs UK at the end of the 1992 season).

But we had to give Pat Toomay the award of best-ever in this number, not just for starting every game in the expansion season, but for taking the time to get in touch with me about BUCPOWER.COM and also for writing the excellent book, "Any Given Sunday". He also has a cameo role in the film if you look closely (next to Dick Butkus when he was coaching against Al Pacino).

The rest of the list, a real collection of names on the all-time roster and not a lot more. Ryan Benjamin was the first University of South Florida grad to appear for the Bucs and was the long-snapper on the Super Bowl team. Bruce Reimers was another of Sam Wyche's ex-Bengals who had a couple of years in Tampa.

Damian Gregory was signed to the roster when the defensive line became a shadow of its Super Bowl dominating self during the 2004 season, and Nick Mihlhauser was one of those offensive linemen who never saw the field during his season with the Bucs.

And then for seven seasons, no Buc wore it on the field during a game after Patrick Omameh notionally had it when he arrived on the roster in 2013 but he made up for it by starting every game at guard during the 2014 season.

THE BEST TO WEAR NO.66 - PAT TOOMAY

Pat ToomayBooker ReeseGeorge YarnoBruce ReimersDamian Gregory