The No.90 shirt As we move into the top series of numbers in Buc history, we move into an area primarily reserved for defensive linemen who loved the chance to wear numbers in the 90s when it became fashionable for them to do so in the early 1980s. Ron Holmes will go down as the best of the 10 ends to wear this number, simply because Chidi Ahanotu only wore it for one season before switching to his normal 72. Holmes was a top draft pick who spent four seasons in Tampa and did really under-achieve based on his draft selection. Jason Maniecki was a player with a Polish background but not really a polished resume but he lasted longer than Buck Gurley in the number. Roy Miller was a fan favourite during his time in Tampa. Dewayne White had four good seasons before moving on to the Lions in a big-money free agency deal, but he was always better coming off the bench as a pass-rush specialist than being an every-down lineman. And then of course there is the late Gaines Adams, sadly to go down as one of the draft busts from the No.4 overall selection in 2007 and even more sadly, no longer with us either. Michael Johnson and Chris Baker were both free agent flops in the number but then along came Jason Pierre-Paul in a 2018 trade with the Giants and posted the Bucs’ first double-digit sack total in a decade.
Click on the player's name for their profile page, Buccaneer career stats and picture galleries Years Player Pos 1981-83 Brad White DT 1985-88 Ron Holmes  DE 1987 Mike Clark  DE 1993 Chidi Ahanotu  DL 1994 Milton Jones  DE 1996-98 Jason Maniecki DT 2002 Buck Gurley  DT 2003-06 Dewayne White  DE 2007-09 Gaines Adams  DE 2010-12 Roy Miller  DT 2013 Derek Landri DT 2014 Michael Johnson DE 2015 Henry Melton DT 2017 Chris Baker DT 2018- Jason Pierre-Paul DE