CFL Star Receiver Coming To Tampa

January 5th, 2017

walkerOh, the irony of the Bucs inking a CFL superstar today in an effort to bolster their receiving corps.

What a buffet of one-liners Joe could bust out.

But this is no laughing matter, 25-year-old Derel Walker coming to Tampa Bay is serious business.

Walker was a star in the Canadian Football League, rookie of the year in 2015. (Perhaps Donteea Dye could replace him in the CFL?)

Walker caught loads of balls at Texas A&M from Johnny Football but a slow 40 time hurt his draft stock and off to Canada he went after getting cut by the Tennessee Titans.

In 2015 for the Edmonton Eskimos, Walker caught 89 balls in 12 games for 1,110 yards and six touchdowns. He followed that up with 109 catches in 17 games for 1,589 yards and 10 TDs.

He’s a live body with good hands at 6-2 about 185 pounds.

Joe likes the signing. Bring on the competition and upgrades.

113 Responses to “CFL Star Receiver Coming To Tampa”

  1. bucsfaninchina Says:

    I think a proper name for our two CFL standouts would be the Eskimo Brothers

  2. TheBucsAnthem Says:

    wow………we’re really draining the talent pool out there??? Eh????


  3. Mike Evans GOAT Says:

    As long as we go get Terrell Pryor to be our wr2 I will be happy

  4. John Says:

    Did he play when mike Evans was there? Wonder if he had any say in this signing. I like the competition. You know the kid has a chip on his shoulder after not making it in the NFL.

  5. FuNkYxMuNkEy Says:

    Any help to add competition is a plus. Pass on Pryor.

  6. DallasBuc Says:

    Save all the real capital for the IR Sneezy ‘s and AguaOh,no’s in idiot Licht’s wheelhouse

  7. bucsfaninchina Says:

    @John Yes. 2012 and 2013 were the two years both of them were active on A&M’s squad so Mike Evans def knows who he is.

    2013 Stats:
    Walker – 51 recs / 818 yds / 5 tds
    Evans – 69 recs / 1394 yds / 12 tds; Godzilla just beasting

  8. bucsfaninchina Says:

    CFL Highlights:

  9. TheBucsAnthem Says:

    I just watched some clips on him…..

    #1 GOODNESS HE IS SLOW…….he makes mike evans look fast

    #2 He has great body control and good hands

    This guy screams POSSESSION RECEIVER…….he’s clearly NOT a #2 WR material……..infact…………I don’t see this guy even making the team.

  10. BushidoEvans Says:

    @DallasBuc What does that stuff mean? I feel like I get the idea. I just don’t know how I should feel about it…

  11. Birdman Says:

    The irony is palpable, Joe.
    I have to imagine they at least asked ME13 his opinion of the guy before signing him. Worst case scenario he’s camp meat, and I wanna see the contract details first, but first impression is I’m all for it.

  12. 813bucboi Says:

    licht seems quick on the trigger this offseason…hope he does the same when the FA dinner bell rings…..I like the signing tho…..GO BUCS!!!!

  13. salish_seamonster Says:

    Turn over every rock in search of talent.

    BTW, for those who are interested, 7 round Bucs mock draft out today. Some interesting choices, and no safety help until round 4.

  14. zod Says:

    what do these signings actually accomplish? serious question.

  15. rrsrq Says:

    saw them youtube clips, nice size, body control and toughness, but not running away from NFL talent DB’s.

  16. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    I’ve never watched CFL, but 1,100 yards and then 1,500 yards seems awfully good. Is it?

    Obviously, he isn’t a speed guy, but what I’m wondering is whether he would be a young replacement for Vincent Jackson. (if he plays as well in the NFL) (Also, he is only 6′ 1″)

    If so, this might be a huge find for Licht.

  17. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    You just never know with Jason Licht. When it comes to veterans, he tends to go with so-so players or big gambles.

    And yet, with young guys, say 26 or under, he seems to hit big on them. So who knows? Maybe he has done it again.

    Still need a speed guy though.

    At least Derel will be here in time to start working with Jameis.

  18. Nole on Sat- Bucc on Sun Says:

    Licht just warming up.

  19. Nole on Sat- Bucc on Sun Says:

    Signed a Guard today also. Y’all all will come around after free agency. This period will show y’all soon enough of that intent of the first round come draft.

  20. Trubucfan22 Says:

    He’s nothing more than camp meat. If he is playing in the CFL he is likely worse than Dontee Dye. Maybe he can prove to be a number 5 wr. But hopes arent high. Not sure why joe will do an article on this cat, but refused to even acknowledge the signing of Huff mid season.

  21. DB55 Says:

    What a buffet of one-liners Joe could bust out.
    It’s not even funny. Camp meat? Come on man we ain’t got time for this mess. If he can’t make Tenn squad then how the hell is he gonna help JW. This is the NFL not fckn madden COME ON MAN!!!!


  22. LifeOfABucFan Says:

    BOTH guys signed by the Bucs today played with Evans..I am sure mike had some say in it..

  23. pick6 Says:

    we need upgrades from #2 on the WR depth chart all the way down to #5 or #6. Even if a guy just has a shot of upgrading our #6 WR spot over dye\martino\reedy, I wanna see Licht bring the player in

  24. Defense Rules Says:

    @Joe … “Bring on the competition and upgrades.” BINGO!!!

  25. DB55 Says:


    You’re gonna love this ish here. Guess who had the highest yards per catch on the squad this year? He even bested Evans. I’ll wait…..

    That’s right Freddie Martino with 17+ yards per catch. #ThePianoMan

  26. DB55 Says:

    Problem is cfl players are no better than the udfas we currently have therefore wtf is the point?

  27. pick6 Says:

    90+ man roster for the next 7+ months. just keep adding bodies and competition and cut the worst ones as needed

  28. DB55 Says:

    At least sign some guys off practice squads like Houston or Green Bay or Atlanta or something. Cfl, really?!?!?

  29. Buccfan37 Says:

    A slow receiver out of the CFL, he will fit right in with the slow Buc receivers. From the dunkaneers to the slowpokes.

  30. Trubucfan22 Says:

    And for the record, signing these dudes is good for the team. Im just surprised joe would take the time to research this camp meat and write an entire article for him. Not like joe to spot light CFLers.

  31. Waterboy Says:

    I’d like to see them go after Terrell Pryor he’s a big guy that can stretch the field. Cordarrelle Patterson, Marquise Goodwin, or Marquess Wilson may also be low priced options to help take some pressure of Evans until whomever they draft is ready to take the #2 role.

  32. big serious Says:

    some people think that all signings must be pro bowlers…we need depth. it is only a futures contract for petes sake (vets min for 1 or 2 years depending on experience which he has none so im sure he came CHEAP) from what see from highlights he will be better that DD, HUFF and the rest of the practice WR’s

  33. Buc believer Says:

    Wow!! We finally have the final piece of the puzzle… 🙄🙄🙄

  34. Buc1987 Says:

    That’s fine if he was “a star” in the CFL perhaps he’ll make for good depth or perhaps he just needed to get a little more polishing.

    I don’t see why everyone’s knocking the kid for being CFL.

    Kurt Warner was AFL for F’s sake. Ya never know.

  35. Buc1987 Says:

    Did just a bit of research, not saying it means much but here’s a few guys that played in the CFL that you might know.

    Andre Rison
    Joe Theisman
    Cameron Wake
    Warren Moon
    Joe Horn
    Oh and this guy named Jeff Garcia

  36. Nole on Sat- Bucc on Sun Says:

    Preach Be Serious. So many experts here at JBF.

  37. Rrsrq Says:


    Andre Rison played in the CFL after his NFL days were over
    Shelton Quarles best Bucs CFL find
    Warren Moon never should’ve been in the CFL, every team wanted to turn him to a DB since not many AA were getting shots at playing QB in the NFL.
    The others were/are really good finds (Horn, Wake, Theisman)

  38. Dewey Selmo Says:

    Didn’t we look at the Arena WR last month? Licht looking to hit a home run

  39. duthsty rhothdes Says:

    Licht on his way to A+ GM status with this signing, dude must be the reason jason gump hid in waiting and pounced when time was right and passed on taylor gabriel and tyreke hill, they werent tall enough nor fast enough for the dunkaneers

  40. BucDaddy82 Says:

    He was Mike Evans teammate

  41. BucDaddy82 Says:

    In 2013 @ Tx A&M: Derel Walker 51 receptions, 818 yds and 5 TDs he was the number 3 receiver on that team with Mike Evans 69 receptions, 1394 yds and 12 TDs. Good signing. Should have a good work ethic and rapport teammates.

  42. big serious Says:

    am i missing something? Are we trying to replace

    Antonio Brown, AJ Green,OBJ and Jordy Nelson

    OR are we trying to replace

    Dontae Dye, Bernard Reedy, Freddie Martino and Adam Humphries

    Im just asking

  43. JameisDungy Says:

    Dirk: We need speed!

    Licht signs slow wr.

    Still rooting for him though. I always pull for the underdog.

  44. Nole on Sat- Bucc on Sun Says:

    😁Continue preaching Big Serious.

  45. Erik w/ Clean Athletics 'The Kwon Alexander of Bucs Fans' Says:

    This CFL guy could be a decent pickup, who knows…

    But we DEFINITELY need to sign Terrelle Pryor.

    He’s a true team-first guy and he’s a warrior on the field.

    His mentality is similar to Jameis and Kwon.

    He would be such a perfect fit here…

  46. DavidBugBucsfan99 Says:

    Hey Joe, they say imitation is the best form of flattery. Did you know that other site poohterreport is now mimicking With the dating sites and resturaunt for bbq and the gif ads. It’s real funny.

  47. Nole on Sat- Bucc on Sun Says:

    That kid we drafted from Wyoming had speed,Kenny Bell also had speed couldn’t catch worth a d@$!. I want football players. Dudes that can’t get enough football. D@$! speed if that ain’t ya mindset.

  48. Nole on Sat- Bucc on Sun Says:

    Erik me and you usually conjoined at the hip. This Pryor fascination puzzles me. All he does run deep routes. I’ll take a flyer on Gordan before I touch Pryor inexperience at the position.

  49. Erik w/ Clean Athletics 'The Kwon Alexander of Bucs Fans' Says:

    Good stuff there, 87.

    Please, Licht,


  50. Erik w/ Clean Athletics 'The Kwon Alexander of Bucs Fans' Says:


    Pryor is just another piece bro

    I really want a WR in the 2nd round (like Dede Westbrook) this year after we get #4 in round 1.

    Pryor is a strond-minded dude bro, I think he’ll be able to develop

  51. Capt. Blighe Says:

    A small guy who is slow, we already got that x 3

  52. Erik w/ Clean Athletics 'The Kwon Alexander of Bucs Fans' Says:

    I want Josh Gordon here too bro…

    Bring them both here, Fk it.

  53. SB with Jameis Says:

    DB55 Says:
    January 5th, 2017 at 5:10 pm
    What a buffet of one-liners Joe could bust out.
    It’s not even funny. Camp meat? Come on man we ain’t got time for this mess. If he can’t make Tenn squad then how the hell is he gonna help JW. This is the NFL not fckn madden COME ON MAN!!!!

    Did you mean #Alan Cross? maybe?

  54. Buccaneer scotty Says:

    Hell yeah!

  55. Tackleblockwin Says:

    Just watched his CFL highlights. First thing I noticed was how terrible the opposing Ds were. Awful. Lol

  56. Nole on Sat- Bucc on Sun Says:

    What’s this that makes count’em 3 Aggies on this team. Where’s the uproar!

  57. Waterboy Says:

    Pryor is 6-5 with 4.38 speed and has shown a commitment to put the team first and being relatively new to the position (but with a QB’s perspective) he still has room for growth. Perfect for a #2 WR and he shouldn’t require more than 6 mil a year.

    Marquise Goodwin is another intriguing prospect with 4.2/4.3 speed that never really had an opportunity to play with a decent QB. He would be a good guy to push Hump at the slot position or at the very least give them more options.

    Cordarrelle Patterson is another fairly decent option who could stretch the field and also upgrade the special teams.

    I’d still draft a young WR too but if they can pull in 1 or 2 of those guys it would give them the flexibility to fill another position in the 1st Rd if one of the top WR’s aren’t available at 19 and take a WR in the 2nd or 3rd Rd.

  58. Waterboy Says:

    Josh Gordon is 1 strike away from being Tanard Jackson. The best ability is availability.

  59. Blackmagic00 Says:

    You guys make my hiccups great trying not to laugh and while drinking my brew. Seriously though, it’s a signing of a player who could have potential during a period before free agency not even a week after the season ended. Stay calm people. This is going to be an exciting off season.

  60. duthsty rhothdes Says:

    Like the Pryor call and I think he would fall in line w Jameis here as they both were big time college QBs who overcame teenage/frat bs…but im guessing licht has his eye on the backup swing forward from the Butler bball team that he thinks will make a great #2

  61. Nole on Sat- Bucc on Sun Says:

    People Pryor is an @$$ hole in the lockerroom. We can pass on that guy.

  62. DB55 Says:


    I prefer to call him Alex Cross.

  63. Blake_Bucsfan Says:

    I actually like this signing. Not the flashiest thing. But it wont hirt to bring in as much competion as possible. The 2 best the things you can do in the offseason are improving the top of the roster by adding dynamic playmakers and atletic studs, and improving the bottom of the roster by adding guys with potential to be good rotation players. The former is obviously the most important, but the latter improves your depth, and breeds competion.

    Dont expect a lot from the guy but i’m willing to give a chance.

  64. Nole on Sat- Bucc on Sun Says:

    Patience grasshoppers. Folks so thirsty to see another name. Its coming.

  65. Rod Munch Says:

    Speaking of receivers, I didn’t even realize this but do you know who the WR coach of the Falcons is? It’s Raheem Morris.

    The Bucs might want to look at following this lead. Sure Julio is going to get his yards and catches, but Atlanta’s other WRs really seemed to step up when Julio was out or was just getting the blanket treatment. Julio said he liked Morris being there because he coached the position from a defensive perspective, that it gave the WRs a completely new perspective on the game, not to mention he’s a high energy guy.

    While the talent level at WR was quite poor with the Bucs outside of Evans, and I’m not sure how much a new WR coach even means in terms of everything, I like the idea of getting different people in to give different ideas on how the game is played. I wouldn’t want a defensive guy coming in and changing what WRs are doing, but honestly by the time you get to the NFL what is a normal WR coach even doing? Changing it up, adding in new wrinkles, if I was player I’d probably like that just because it’s not the same old stuff.

    Also Morris is the assistant head-coach of the Falcons, not that I have any idea what that entails.

  66. DB55 Says:

    big serious Says:
    January 5th, 2017 at 6:48 pm
    am i missing something? Are we trying to replace

    Antonio Brown, AJ Green,OBJ and Jordy Nelson

    OR are we trying to replace

    Dontae Dye, Bernard Reedy, Freddie Martino and Adam Humphries

    Im just asking
    Fellas, here’s the thing you have to attack the offseason as if we need to replace AB, OBJ and AJ Green. or you can sign bs players for camp meat and maybe slightly improve but where does that get us? Probably the same spot. I’m not playing either, go hard or go home. I think you guys have been hanging with GMC for far too long. SNAP OUT OF IT!!!! WE’RE HERE TO WIN!!!!

  67. Erik w/ Clean Athletics 'The Kwon Alexander of Bucs Fans' Says:


    Pryor is a winner and he was on a losing team.

    Not all guys can take that situation lightly.

    Imagine a GMC or LVD mentality vs someone like Jameis or Kwon (or Pryor)…

    Who do u think would be more pleasant to be around in the locker room of a consistently-losing team, Jameis or GMC?

    Trust me bro, Pryor is a lion. He would fit in PERFECTLY here.

    And he runs a 4.4 at 6’5″

    Oh yeah, and I’m a Buckeye, so I’m quite familiar with him (I don’t really publicize that info very often Lol).

  68. DB55 Says:

    Lol. He did well in Washington too. Best coach Tampa has seen since kiffen left but he wasn’t vanilla enough for the righteous christians that run Tampa. Boo hoo!!!

  69. Blake_Bucsfan Says:

    Hmmmm NosBos wrong yet again about what players the bucs should and shouldnt go after.


  70. Supersam Says:

    Mike Evans recommended?

  71. Blackmagic00 Says:

    I’m so happy that we have a gm who is not on vacation already. Not that he he doesn’t deserve it and I hope he does take one, but here he is trying to find any shiny rock he can possibly find less than a week after our season ended. Props to him.

  72. DB55 Says:


    Why would I want to sign a pure athlete like Pryor who is simply toying with Darrell Revis. Who can run, pass, and catch when I could sign the SECOND best player in the CFL?

    A “real” TB Bucs fan.

  73. DB55 Says:

    * SECOND best WR. – correction

  74. Blackmagic00 Says:

    Db55, what Blake wrote is spot on. Problem is we can’t sign much yet. When the fa bell rings we will see what happens. For now though? I love that our gm is working on our training camp and 2017 season.

  75. USFBUC Says:

    I like Pryor too but I saw on another site that he is looking to make WR1 type money so he may not be an option.

    Best option sell the 2018 and 2019 drafts to go big this year. Draft RB, two WR, TE, C, G, T, and OLB

  76. Blake_Bucsfan Says:

    DB55 Its still super early in the offsean dude. Free agency techniquely doesnt start until march.

    So I say to you, why not both?

    P.s. i’ m all for going after Tyrell Pryor.

  77. Blake_Bucsfan Says:

    Offseason* my phone is dumb.

  78. OneBuc55 Says:

    Terrell Pryor Imo would be a great addition…another 6’5 WR for Jameis…Also the CFL player we just signed looked penty fast to me and he’s 6’2… hopefully he can make the squad…

  79. duthsty rhothdes Says:

    DB 55 have patience licht is prolly in the himilaya regions a few clicks out as the crow flies just waiting to sign the 8th lama to the dali to come long snap next year, this guy licht is leaving no stone un turned when building this thing

  80. Erik w/ Clean Athletics 'The Kwon Alexander of Bucs Fans' Says:

    I’m just gonna come right out and say it:

    I think Terrelle Pryor will be the new version of Calvin Johnson.

    In due time, when he develops…

  81. DB55 Says:

    Need some urgency around here.

  82. Mort Says:

    Erik: You must have been partying too much with Freeman and Martin because saying Pryor is anything remotely close to Calvin Johnson is ludicrous. Full stop.

    Also, some good-ass players have come from the CFL. I bet Shelton Quarrels could name one for you 😉

  83. duthsty rhothdes Says:

    OL/WR round 1 and 2 then go get joe mixin in round 3-5

  84. Pawel Says:

    That link on youtube about Pryer is on point. We need play makers and Pryor would be awesome for jump balls and speed!

  85. Blackmagic00 Says:

    Db55, urgency will come my man. Time. Free agency will be in march. Right now is the time to let our gm get ahead of everyone by turning stones that look shiny and have the potential of gold. It’s much like a miner who is looking for that big score when he’s got nothing else. And march is like that guy who is waiting for black Friday.

  86. Nole on Sat- Bucc on Sun Says:

    😊nice video Blakester, I’m sure their are a 100 WRs in the league that could have similar one made for selves just like. Wonderful commentary in all.

  87. Blackmagic00 Says:

    Not sure how many of everyone here was here when jbf started, and doesn’t really matter, but, I remember how impatient we all were when we wanted gruden out and some new blood to come in. Then every time we sucked after that it was almost the same. I remember waiting till the wee hours of my cali time, not being able to sleep, for jbf to post a firing. No idea it would lead to years of bad coaching. My point is that this is special. I can’t remember a time when people were worried about the player that is signed less than a week after the season ended and not trying to fire the entire organization. This is what we call finally being in the future. I’m in love. I’m finally content with an offseason. Keep rambling everyone. I’m going to be here on every post reading and drinking my ale and watching as we all come together and love this organization. Cheers.

  88. salish_seamonster Says:

    DB55 Says:
    January 5th, 2017 at 9:23 pm

    Need some urgency around here.

    What would you suggest? Seems to me, they’re turning over stones already, looking for ways to improve the team. Between now and free agency, there’s not going to be any splash moves, cuz no one’s available yet.

  89. Mike Evans GOAT Says:

    we agree on alot, but Pryor could be the #2 wr we need to put us over the top. I’m not saying he is Megatron, he’s not even close. But he was a #1 wr in Cleveland all year, he was drawing the best cb every week and he still balled out. Think of the preasure he could take off of ME13. He is a big body and has blazing speed. He doesn’t even know how to play the position yet, and he will only get better. He also has some nasty in him l I ke ME13, I don’t care if he is a d!ck. We need less “Nice Guys” on this team.

  90. Blake_Bucsfan Says:

    Except there arent hundreds of recievers in the nfl that are 6’5 220 and have sub 4.4 speed and a tremendous amount of god given talent and potential.

    Dont get salty with me just because your eye for talent doesnt extend beyond the acc.

  91. Mike Evans GOAT Says:

    @ joe
    Why am I in moderation?

  92. Rod Munch Says:

    DB55 – I liked Morris myself, I thought he should have been given another year considering the lack of talent on the team. I don’t buy the “team quit” garbage we hear about every year, and all over the league. I HATED the Schiano hire, the guy was just a piece of Jersey trash who was 1 game over .500 in a very weak Big East, and he was only above .500 because of the D2 wins every team plays, take those away and he was well under .500 – and sure enough he was a disaster. In his case the team didn’t quit on him, the team hated him and rebelled and he gave away Talib, Blount and Bennett for absolutely nothing while driving Freeman to a life of drugs (allegedly). I wonder if the Bucs would bring back Morris as a DC if Mike Smith does indeed leave – I mean they run a very similar defense. I don’t think they would, but I don’t get why the guy hasn’t gotten a fair shot. When he took over the defensive playcalling in Tampa as HC the defense improved greatly and very quickly, I think the guy should be a coordinator and I’m surprised he hasn’t gotten that job again as of yet.

  93. Blake_Bucsfan Says:

    Yeah i wouldnt hold my breath on that one rod. Even if rahrah wanted to comback here, which i highly doubt, the idea of the Glazers being open to rehire him borders on laughable.

  94. Blake_Bucsfan Says:

    Also I think the Lovie Smith disaster is proof that you dont improve by trying to pull things out of the past.

  95. James Walker Says:

    Didn’t a certain QB from NFL Europe win the Bucs a Superbowl?

  96. Blackmagic00 Says:

    Rod. I love your thinking. Only thing that gets me is that rah seems to be excellent at reading and doesn’t possess scheming. One issue we’ve had since chucky, was the coaches who can scheme. Take a look at history. Superbowl teams have scheming coaches and not coaches who can only read schemes. Love everything you said though and I’d love to see rah here as an assistant coordinator.

  97. DB55 Says:

    Well unlike lovie rah doesn’t completely suck, but you’re right he wouldn’t come back.

    “It’s early” sounds an awful lot like “it takes time”.

  98. Blackmagic00 Says:

    Db55, who said it’s early and sounds like it takes time? Come on man. Hands are tied at this point and we’re waiting for certain dates. We’re all impatient and can’t wait for the new season. Let’s stick together and see what happens.

  99. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Trubucfan22 Says
    “He’s nothing more than camp meat. If he is playing in the CFL he is likely worse than Dontee Dye.”

    Hold up a second.

    I understand you saying this because it’s pretty much that way year after year once the season ends. Normally, I would agree.

    But this time around, it feels different. Here’s why:

    1. Mike Evans probably called attention to the guy.
    2. Jason Licht has proven that he has a good eye for young talent. I don’t think anyone would dispute that, right?
    3. Normally, camp meat does not have production like this kid has. He’s two years out of college. Rather than quit because he did not make a team, he kept trying to improve himself. He got 1,100 yards his first year, then shot up to 1,500 yards this year.

    Those are not the numbers of ‘camp meat’. The CFL is where determined players go to make themselves good enough for the NFL. I don’t think it is wise to just discount him.

    He’s at least as fast as Vincent Jackson, and seems to have very good hands. Is he a speed guy? No. But he’s a guy that can be like a Keyshawn possession WR. And we need that too, given the drops and the fact that VJ is vone.

  100. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:


    Raheem completely sucked. Worst coaching hire of the modern era. He only won 10 games because the NFL handed him the easiest schedule that year, which was the last time we got an easy schedule.

    Lovie wasn’t the worst. He was just undermined the entire time he was here. That said, I knew keeping Koetter was mor important.

  101. LifeOfABucFan Says:

    Agree with everything Bonzai just said..and yeah! 3 Aggies!!

  102. big serious Says:

    I think the conversation went like this

    hey JL…my boy from college is balling in the CFL. you might want to take a look at him. he can stay with me and I will take him under my wing. he can work with me and Jaboo this off season and come to camp ready to go. we will teach him the O and he will be ready trust me…he is CHEAP what can it hurt

    JL checked it out…talked it over with #3 and all said lets try it

  103. Lunchbox Says:

    I just watched the YouTube video of Pryor. That dudes annoying voice notwithstanding, I’m sold. I didn’t realize about his measurables. Could you imagine him lining up opposite Evans with Jameis throwing to them? And possibly with Cook in the backfield? WOW!!! Dudes potential is off the charts, and this is a guy that’s already productive. SIGN PRYOR!!

  104. delson Says:

    All the practice squad players in the entire nfl didnt get as much playing time as this kid last season. So why ya’ll baggin on him? Rotate him at the slot position n see what he can do. If u cant dominate lesser talent then u have no shot in the nfl. This kid dominated the people he needed to n deserves a shot to split time in the slot.

  105. Buccaneer scotty Says:

    Yeah because no one good ever came out of the CFL (dumb ass people)

  106. Miko Says:

    A&M wideouts….just need to add johnny football now with Glennon on the way out 🙂

  107. Mort Says:

    Also re: Pryor. Don’t forget that it seems his ex teammates literally hate him.

    You really want to bring him to this team? For what, a guy who was inconsistent as hell this year and LITERALLY did nothing before?

  108. Tom Says:

    Just curious, why dont we bring this guys back to the league?

  109. orlbucfan Says:

    Rod Munch Says:
    January 5th, 2017 at 10:20 pm

    ……I wonder if the Bucs would bring back Morris as a DC if Mike Smith does indeed leave – I mean they run a very similar defense. I don’t think they would, but I don’t get why the guy hasn’t gotten a fair shot. When he took over the defensive playcalling in Tampa as HC the defense improved greatly and very quickly, I think the guy should be a coordinator and I’m surprised he hasn’t gotten that job again as of yet.
    Obviously, someones besides admin. read my comments. Morris was told by the Glazers that either he took the HC job or hit the road. This was no state secret. Earlier, he thought he was going to get Kiffin’s job as he had been promised. He was ready and excited about being the Bucs’s DC. I have defended him in a lot of my comments on here. I also wrote earlier in the season that I read he had been asked by the Atlanta HC if he would take over the WRs. Well, look at the Dixie Chicks’ O now. I wish he would come back as our DC, but no way now. 🙁

  110. orlbucfan Says:

    Buccaneer Bonzai Says:
    January 5th, 2017 at 11:33 pm

    Raheem completely sucked. Worst coaching hire of the modern era. He only won 10 games because the NFL handed him the easiest schedule that year, which was the last time we got an easy schedule.
    This comment is beyond stupid, and history proves it. C’mon, BB, you’re not dumb.

  111. America's Commenter Says:

    This guy is training camp meat. The same goes for the kicker. Those signings are hardly newsworthy, but the Joes need offseason content so they have to dig deep this time of year. Kudos for the in-depth analysis.

  112. Kevin Says:

    He will replace russel sheppard

  113. Jeffrey Wiley (Jwile5) Says:

    Enough w this Dunkaneer BS, now im not gonna sit here and say i wouldnt be happy if we got Alshon cause obvi I would. But how bout this for ACDC GM Jason Licht. Lets sign Djax, we have cap space larger than Chris Christies gut, u want speed we got it in him. Give me Dalvin at pick 19 (now im just praying), and then take John Ross in round 2 (ok now im begging). Tony Jefferson in FA along with some Oline Help. Koetter talks speed… now u got a revitalized run game behind dalvin, ross develops his slot game while Djax works the rest of his career in the sunshine state. Speed across the board w Godzilla on the outside with Americas Quarterback running the show