The No.75 shirt The first player to wear this number for the Buccaneers remains the best in spite of some decent efforts by a first-round pick to take it away from Dave Reavis, a member of the expansion draft who originally played on defense in Pittsburgh. Reavis won two Super Bowl rings with the Steelers in the 1970s and came to the Bucs in the 1976 expansion draft and started at left tackle for most of the next eight years. Brison Manor sounds more like a housing estate in London rather than a short-term fix on the defensive line, and none of the three ends that followed him in the 75 jersey amounted to much. Carl Bax was more well-known for smuggling steroids in from Canada and Reggie Rogers also served time in a penitentary for vehicular manslaughter. Perhaps Eric Curry should have done the same for impersonating a 1st round defensive end and as for "Turnstile" Todd Steussie. Todd Washington was a decent enough back-up on the offensive line and Lomas Brown timed his final NFL season with the Bucs' Super Bowl title, thereby crowning an impressive long pro career. Davin Joseph was a first round pick in 2006 and started nearly 100 games for the Bucs including making the Pro Bowl in 2008 but the impact Reavis had on the early playoff teams earns him the nod here. Recent owners have not been memorable on either side of the ball. BEST EVER TO WEAR No.75 FOR THE BUCCANEERS - DAVE REAVIS
Click on the player's name for their profile page, Buccaneer stats and picture galleries Years Player Pos 1976-83 Dave Reavis T 1984 Brison Manor DE 1984 Phil Darns DE 1985 Chris Lindstrom DE 1986-88 Kevin Kellin DE 1989-90 Carl Bax G 1992 Reggie Rogers DE 1993-97 Eric Curry DE 1998-99 Todd Washington G 2002 Lomas Brown T 2004-05 Todd Steussie T 2006-13 Davin Joseph G 2014 Oniel Cousins T 2016-17 Davonte Lambert DE 2020- 22 John Molchon G