Bucs Release Quarterback Dan OrlovskyApril 4th, 2013
When Bucs coach Greg Schiano said he wanted competition for quarterback Josh Freeman, it appeared he didn’t mean for that competition to come from journeyman Dan Orlovsky.
So that may be why Orlovsky, who threw a grand total of seven passes as Freeman’s backup last season, is now looking for work, so Twittered plugged-in NFL scribe Adam Caplan.
Orlovsky’s days with the Bucs were forgettable; Joe didn’t remember him throwing a pass until he looked it up.
Orlovsky will be best remembered by running out of the end zone when playing for the Lions, unknowingly, for a safety, in what is known as one of the biggest bonehead plays in NFL history.