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1987 Cam Jacobs LB
1987 Brian Gant LB
1990 Robb White DL
1992-93 Rhett Hall DT
1994 Karl Wilson DE
1995-96 Herman Smith DE
1997-99 Regan Upshaw DE
2001-04 Chartric Darby DT
2005 Jon Bradley DT
2006 Julian Jenkins DT
2007-10 Stylez G White DT
2011-15 Da'Quan BowersDE
2015 Kourtnei Brown DE
2015 Josh Shirley DE
2016-17 Robert Ayers DE
2018- Beau AllenDT
The No.91 shirt
It took over a decade for any Buccaneer player to wear this number in competitive play and even then, it was a replacement team member who wore it first.

And ultimately second too as Brian Gant was one of the two strike team players to stay on the roster for the remainder of the 1987 season and he switched from his strike 54 jersey to a regular 91.

The number then passed through the hands of some nondescript defensive linemen including Rhett Hall who won a magazine's Ugliest Buccaneer award in 1991, and Herman Smith who spent some time with the London Monarchs.

Regan Upshaw was a first round draft pick who switched from the 73 jersey after his rookie season, but when it comes to selecting a best to wear 91, then we look to the player who followed him, long-time line back-up Chartric Darby. The fact that the latter also played some with the Barcelona Dragons helped to enamour him with fans too during his time with the Buccaneers.

Stylez White came from nowhere to lead the team in sacks in 2007 but was a pure pass-rush specialist and and always seemed to flatter to deceive as a full-time starting end in the NFL. The jury returned an ultimate bust tag on Da'Quan Bowers after four sub-par seasons with the Bucs.


Robb White Karl Wilson Regan Upshaw Chartric Darby Da'Quan Bowers