The No.98 shirt Another number that was not worn by any Buccaneer player until a decade after the franchise was founded. Its first owner, Tyrone Keys, was a former Super Bowl winner with the Bears who did little to impress with another NFC Central team. After James Ramey took the jersey for the replacement team, it was left to Ray Seals, a rare player in that he did not play at any college, to make it his own through five seasons with the Bucs, before he moved on to Pittsburgh as a free agent. And since then, there has been precious little talent to take the number any further although Ryan Sims did a nice job as a back-up in 2008. Frank Okam became a bit of a fan favourite in his two seasons simply because he is the size of about four of them. Clinton McDonald arrived as a free agent to beef up the defensive line in 2014 but has proven somewhat injury prone whilst starting alongside Gerald McCoy and left after his fourth season with the Buccaneers leaving it for 2019 draft pick Anthony Nelson to take it over. BEST EVER TO WEAR No.98 FOR THE BUCCANEERS - RAY SEALS
Click on the player's name for their profile page, Buccaneer stats and picture galleries Years Player Pos 1986-87 Tyrone Keys DE 1987 James Ramey DE 1989-93 Ray Seals DE 1998-01 James Cannida DT 2002-04 Corey Smith DT 2006 Jon Bradley DT 2007-10 Ryan Sims DT 2010-11 Frank Okam DT 2012 Aaron Morgan DE 2013 Chris Jones DT 2014-17 Clinton McDonald DT 2019- Anthony Nelson LB