The No.84 shirt Until the ageless Joey Galloway came along in 2004, the only really decent receiver to wear this number was Bruce Hill. He was the second-ever Buc to exceed 1,000 yards in a season having emulated Kevin House in 1988. His career was cut short by injury after a great first two seasons. Charles Wilson posted one of the best receiving games in franchise history when he scored on two long TDs and had 176 yards on just four receptions in a 1994 game against the Rams. The rest of his career didn't amount to much more than that however. Gordon Jones was a high draft pick who never really panned out with the Bucs, and most of the other players on this list were quickly forgotten although Robb Thomas was a fan favourite during his short time with the Buccaneers. So it comes down to the ageless Galloway to take the honour for his three 1,000-yard seasons with the franchise and some memorable touchdowns in the process. Outside of Cameron Brate's recent development into a scoring tight end, none of the more recent converts to the jersey have done anything special making this one of those numbers that had a ton of quantity but only a little in terms of quality.
Click on the player's name for their profile page, Buccaneer career stats and picture galleries Years Player Pos 1976 Freddie Douglas WR 1977 Lon Boyett TE 1978 Mike Levenseller WR 1978 Karl Farmer WR 1979-82 Gordon Jones  WR 1984 Zach Thomas  WR 1985 David Verser  WR 1987-91 Bruce Hill WR 1987 David Jackson  WR 1992 Mike Barber  WR 1992-94 Charles Wilson  WR 1996-98 Robb Thomas  WR 1999   Darnell McDonald  WR 2000 Blake Spence  TE 2001 Sean McDermott LS 2002-03 Reggie Barlow  WR 2004-08 Joey Gallloway  WR 2010 Nathan Overbay  TE 2012 David Gilreath  WR 2013 Tom Crabtree  TE 2014- Cameron Brate  TE