Trading Scotty Miller

March 24th, 2022

Before Joe gets rolling here, understand that Scotty Miller caught five passes for 38 yards as the Buccaneers led the NFL in pass attempts, yards and touchdowns during the 2021 regular season.

For whatever reason, it’s fair to call Miller useless in last season’s offense. Attribute it to an unmeasurable combination of Miller’s foot injury, Tom Brady losing trust in him and the coaching staff preferring other players.

Throw in that Miller wasn’t given a shot to return punts despite the troubles and injuries to rookie returner Jaelon Darden, and it all makes Joe wonder why Miller should stay in pewter and red.

Joe is trying to be realistic. Miller is entering a contract year and he’s way down the depth chart. The regime loves receiver Cyril Grayson and the quick re-signing of veteran speedster Breshad Perriman this month was telling.

Where does Miller stand now? Is he battling for a No. 6 or No. 7 receiver gig? If the Bucs even carry that many receivers?

The fun thing about Miller is his elite speed and his breakthrough season of 2020. He was a true deep threat and that has value in NFL circles. So Joe is wondering today whether perhaps it makes sense to explore a trade for Miller before the NFL Draft.

Maybe an intrigued team out there is willing to cough up an early fifth-round pick that general manager Jason Licht can use to trade up next month? The Bucs traded their fifth-rounder away for guard Shaq Mason.

Joe is a Miller fan, but Joe is no fan of keeping a player that the team plans to bury on the bench.

86 Responses to “Trading Scotty Miller”

  1. heyitsadam Says:

    I really want to know what he did to fall out of favor so quickly, when they were multiple areas where he could’ve helped the office last year.

  2. Bucsfan MD Says:

    Looks like Tommy wants no part of him for whatever reason. I agree might as well get what we can for him and move on. I like Scotty and he deserves to be on a team where he will play.

  3. sasquatch Says:

    Miller had an effed up toe for most of the year, I think. He’s a weapon when used.

  4. SOEbuc Says:

    Good. Overrated and no we don’t need that many WR, especially one with turf toe. I was asking for a trade after 2020 when his stock value was higher.

  5. Casual Observer Says:

    Don’t know why he isn’t (hasn’t) been given a good shot as a kick returner. As Joe says, we don’t have much there.

  6. cover deuce Says:

    The coaching staff clearly views Miller as a one trick pony. Evans is the designated deep threat in this offense, and nobody is gonna voluntarily pull 13 for Miller for obvious reasons. So, for better or worse they decided guys like Grayson (better) and Perriman (worse) who can line up at multiple WR spots and do multiple things make the offense less predictable and more effective. It’s tough and I don’t necessarily agree with the approach but it’s on Scotty to show them he can at least execute another role within the offense.

  7. Mickman Says:

    Chiefs have a need for speed now.

  8. Goatfarmer Says:

    Anyone knowing the injury situation with respect to skill players last year knows you can’t have too many. And in case no one noticed, Scotty was big and clutch in the Rams ill-fated comeback. Scotty just needs a chance.

    Get rid of Darden, he’s trhe useless one.

  9. ElioT Says:

    Very strange indeed.

    Scotty made some plays last year, just not as a WR.

    Met him after the 2020 season, was a very humble, down to earth kid. His wife is a total smoke show too.

    Hope he gets another chance here or elsewhere.

  10. ViSyl Says:

    He should be gone by now. GONE!

  11. PSL Bob Says:

    The reason his stats were done is because he wasn’t used, not because he didn’t perform. The dude catches balls thrown to him. He’s been critical in picking up first downs in many 3rd down situations. His knock is that he’s small and can get creamed when running slot routes, Plus his size doesn’t make him an optimal blocker. But you’re correct about one thing. We can only carry so many WRs. Evans, Godwin, Gage, Perriman and Grayson are our top 5. But, I’d keep Miller and use him on kick returns. Darden sucks!

  12. August 1976 Buc Says:

    Joe….”Throw in that Miller wasn’t given a shot to return punts despite the troubles and injuries to rookie returner Jaelon Darden, and it all makes Joe wonder why Miller should stay in pewter and red.”

    That is a big red flag about Scotty, that as bad as Darden was, that Scotty was not back in there fielding punts when his injury healed. It was painful to watch Darden most of the time.

    GO BUCS !!!!

  13. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Miller simply isn’t a versatile WR…….sure, he has elite speed and can get past defenders but his route running hasn’t been great….and he can’t block….hasn’t been that good (Humpries) on WR screens…..
    If he can be used more on ST with KR/PR along with gunner….he’s worth keeping.

    I’d be ecstatic if we could get a 5th rounder for him, though.

  14. WalkdaPlank Says:

    No matter what happens, he’ll always be remember by Bucs fans for that catch against Green Bay.

    Still amazes me that he wasn’t able to beat out one of the worst returner of all time in Darden, who is worse than Dexter Jackson (bad).

  15. Smashsquatch Says:

    Can’t help but think Scotty may have been battling injuries all year. His arrow was pointing up and suddenly he was a non-factor. That was especially surprising when Godwin went down and AB chose to strip, leaving the Bucs thin at WR. A guy like Miller needs 100% of his speed to be a productive player, it’s his lone asset. The slightest lower body tweak might not land him on IR, yet deems him useless.

  16. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    Scotty struggles against physical defenders who play press coverage. He really is a one trick pony, and if we can trade him, I think it will be a good idea.
    We have many needs, and an extra draft pick would be nice to get for a receiver who has no future here.

  17. Bromosas Says:

    Trade him? for what a 6th round pick in 2023? He is either a cut or keep and send deep. He can be good but who is trading for him? Taking a shot in the draft on these cookie cutter small guys is better option

  18. Goatfarmer Says:

    People saying he’s a one trick pony — watch the Rams playoff game.

    Watch the Chargers game from 2020.

    It’s a convenient narrative to say he can only run the go route. It is also inaccurate.

  19. David Says:

    Everyone keeps wondering why the bucks gave up on Scotty… I love Scotty, don’t want to Treschan but he’s not that good. He can run and go route. That’s it. He’s not quick and elusive, he has straight ahead speed.
    He doesn’t separate on any other routes, he doesn’t run the other routes very well, he’s very small, they have deep threats in Evans and Grayson. Grayson, in his limited time, has shown he can run other routes very effectively.

    There are 5 receivers ahead of Miller and that doesn’t count Johnson. If they could pick up another fifth round pick, I’d be out for him or Johnson being traded because one of them isn’t making the team.

  20. tampabayallday Says:

    Trade Darden or Tyler Johnson. Scotty at least deserves a spot here. He plays gunner decently on special teams and he can go deep.

  21. David Says:


    A couple routes in a couple games don’t make a career. He is a one trick pony. He is small, he is not quick or elusive, he doesn’t stop and go like a Tyreek Hill for instance. Any kind of physical cornerback or defender and he’s nullified. I love the guy and wish he could develop into that quick change of pace slot receiver but it’s not him. He can run a go route and that is essentially it.

    He is either six or seventh on the depth chart this year, and that’s before they probably draft a receiver

  22. Steven007 Says:

    Ironically, Miller might be a good fit in KC right now since they lost Hill. He’s not quite as fast and certainly nowhere near the receiver Hill is, but he gives them a OneNote WR and of course they have all kinds of draft capital now since the trade of Hill.

  23. Marine Buc Says:

    I would be fine trading Miller if we can get anything of value for him…

    I believe his nasty toe injury really hurt his chances last year. If I had to guess I would think that injury hampered his ability to make cuts and run precise routes.

    He could still run in a straight line – that’s why BA put him on the punt team as a gunner – which he performed pretty well at.

    I hope Miller can return 100% healthy and still make the roster as our 7th receiver. I still don’t trust Perriman or Grayson to stay healthy for more than 6 games per season…

  24. Mike Says:

    Trade for what? A bottle of water?

  25. Bird Says:

    I would keep scotty over tyler. Sorry but there is just something off with tyler. The dude comes into camp out of shape. What a joke.
    Scotty has speed. And can contribute on special teams
    Tyler meanwhile just seems not interested.

    And dont forget , Miller did make some big grabs in rams game to make come back. He was hurt most of year. Turf toe can take the best of them down

    But i get it. His contract about to expire. So get what you can although not sure there is value there

  26. Bucamania Says:

    I like Scotty a helluva lot more than Tyler Johnson or Darden.

  27. Will Says:

    Miller needs to turn on some Hunter Renfrow footage and take notes. That dude would kill with Miller’s speed because his route running is amazing. Miller made it to the pros now he’s his figure a way to stay. I’d also say that BL needs to design some stuff for him other than “Scotty run deep and fast”

  28. Joe Says:

    I would keep scotty over tyler. Sorry but there is just something off with tyler.

    Miller cannot play slot. Johnson can. Also, Johnson can block. Miller can’t.

    Pretty much Miller is a one-trick pony: Run past the defense.

  29. ChiBuc Says:

    Miller seemed effective on ST coverage, has made key plays for team at critical moments 2 yrs in a row, and was battling turn toe all last yr (big time injury for a speedster). The fact that he was never tried on punt/ kickoff returns really begs the question as to why? I think it is telling of BA and to some extent BL’s impotence in finding creative ways to utilize the talent on hand. I know, you all are gulping the BA koolaid now that Brady returned, but aside from identifying established talent throughout the league and sending JL to fetch them, who has he “whispered” to success. Sure you might pt to CG, but blind squirrels occasionally land on a nut and CG seems to be very self motivated. Meanwhile, he’s overseen a productive back (rojo)slide into oblivion, never got a handle on TE until gronk, dumped Mickens for a pathetic Darden, and appears baffled by qb (jw, Gabbert!) until TB started doing his job (recruiting, playcalling, motivating team, setting a tone of discipline/accountability, work ethic, game planning, etc, etc). IMHO, the team has succeeded despite BA just on shear talent alone and really, the Glazers are to thank for that. And if the koolaid is quenching your thirst, just look at the 4 game plans for the saints and rams games, where the bucs rank in penalties during his tenure, his egotistical handling of the manchild AB, and his buccaneer success prior to TB’s arrival.

  30. Bobby M. Says:

    Worth exploring

  31. WillieG Says:

    Maybe his toe never healed well enough to make the cuts needed to play receiver or to return kicks? Perhaps all he could really do effectively was to run mostly straight as in kick coverage?

  32. Eddie Marz Says:

    The problem with Miller is the same as Johnson. You’ve GOT to get better each year. These guys both regressed. Either you make the move up or you get left behind. They both should be gone. Darden didn’t show much last year either, step up or you’ll be stepping out.GOBUCS!

  33. Bucanero Says:

    Sure but I rather have him as 6 or 7. He’s a hell of a one trick pony.

  34. adam from ny Says:

    he was on his way to a 1,000 yard season 2 years ago…

    until AB arrived…

    it was a steady downhill road for him ever since…

    all the way to 5 catches last year…

    however even when brady was throwing to him 2 years ago when he has 500 yards after 8 games, it seemed like tom knew he was living on a prayer with the dude…that’s why AB was on his way…

    seemed like he was gonna be brady’s classic little white receiving star – but brady flipped the switch on that in a heartbeat and never looked back

  35. SlyPirate Says:

    Best catch made during the Super Bowl run was Miller’s GB TD bomb.

    A 5th or 6th is the best you’ll get for Miller.

    Keep him to safeguard from injury.

  36. adam from ny Says:


    i think it’s time to start calling him “dexter darden”

    let’s give him his own special new name : Dex Darden

    (in the radio voice of mean gene)

  37. SlyPirate Says:


    Reference your article: Robert Hainsey Shows Football Is Still Blocking And Tackling

    Who’s running the ball for the biggest gain of the season?

    The coaching staff loves Miller. He’s the secret weapon. He was hurt all year. When healthy, the staff has a plays designed ONLY for Miller.

  38. adam from ny Says:

    scotty will be here…just in case of injuries…and gunner…and potential kick return/punt returns…

    tyler johnson on the other hand better come in to camp like a lean mean mofo machine…

    if he comes in all “fat bastid”, he’s gonna get cut

  39. Defense Rules Says:

    ‘Joe is a Miller fan, but Joe is no fan of keeping a player that the team plans to bury on the bench.’

    Put another way … ‘Scotty, we’re beaming you down; you’re outta here’.

    And BTW, Darden can join him. Tyler Johnson has shown enough, at times, to at least bring to training camp & see IF he’s gotten his act together. Cyril Grayson I like, but at 5’9″ & 183 lbs he probably won’t be much of a blocking threat. Plus Bucs have several other WRs (Watkins, Smith, Jonsen) who are all big guys (6’3″ – 6’4″ & around 210), and I’d like to see just one of them catch on this year to go with ME13, Godwin & Gage.

    The thing to watch closer I think is our TE group. Right now we’ve only got Brate & McElroy, with Gronk soon to sign I hope. Need to go to training camp with at least 1 more, either via the draft or FA (I still like Antony Auclair for some reason; he liked to block).

  40. adam from ny Says:

    scotty miller is nothing more than a smiling giddy hurley or thrasher magazine model 🙂

  41. Bucs Guy Says:

    Miller has never produced. He is known for only one catch in the NFC championship at the end of the 1st half against Green Bay. Get anything you can for him — even a 7th rd pick so you can draft a punter.

  42. adam from ny Says:

    green bay will take scotty and he will have 900 yards receiving with rodgers…

    and grow a beard over there

  43. OrlandoBucsFan Says:

    I would disagree that Miller is a one trick pony. His lack of catches was directly tied to his injury. Nonetheless, when he played on special teams, he made plays. Given that we dedicated a significant portion of last year’s draft to strengthen special teams (with disappointing results), Scotty’s contribution to special teams was notable. I was happy to see that late last year the Bucs were scheming up run plays for Scotty. There is potential there in the run game to create plays that capitalize on his speed. In sum, Scotty has more value than he is being given credit for, so I say hold on to him this year, pray he stays healthy, and find ways to squeeze out every drop of talent he has in that little frame.

  44. THOMAS PFALZ Says:

    Would rather have Miller than than Perriman or Darden who is a real waste. Should not be in the NFL. What ever Miller seems to be in somebody’s dog house. Scotty you deserve a lot better.

  45. adam from ny Says:

    darden was downright entertaining out there…

    it was like you can nudge your friend in the ribs before a punt or kickoff and say:

    “watch this funky move – i can’t even describe what he’s doing, or trying to do”

  46. BucsFan81 Says:

    I think Miller has been under used all last year. I don’t know if that was due to his injury with his turf toe or the staff just favored other players. I think he is better than what has been led on though. Could def be the 4th WR behind Gage.

  47. GoatWatcher Says:

    Darden’s value as a kick returner is that he didn’t fumble the ball and he knows how to signal for a fair catch. Surely the Bucs need to upgrade here.

  48. Alanbucsfan Says:

    How much longer do we have to look at that ad picture of Mickey Rourke and Rosanne Barr’s daughter?

  49. Bird Says:


    So tyler can play slot to block is why he gets nod over scotty?

    We just signed gage who will play slot if godwin cant play slot
    So tyler is the back up to the back up for what you are talking about ?

    Does tyler make plays on special teams w speed?
    Gotta like those one trick ponies who catch a 40 yard bomb before half or we may not have won the super bowl.

    Again just my take and maybe tyler shows up to camp this year in shape and ready to dominate but kid has been a let down imo from year 1 to year 2

  50. Joe Says:

    So tyler can play slot to block is why he gets nod over scotty?

    Absolutely. Every receiver can play outside if need be (“can” and “effective” are two different things). Not all receivers, especially with the Bucs, can play slot. Versatility is critical for backups, no matter where they play.

    Chris Godwin and Russell Gage can play slot, obviously and so can Tyler Johnson. (Remember, we do not know if Godwin will be ready for September). Miller simply cannot play slot in this offense because it requires blocking. So Johnson, in a roster battle, will get the nod over Miller because of this.

    Slot receiver is very important in Arians’ offense.

    What could give Miller an edge is he was a playmaker on special teams. Joe isn’t sure how the Bucs evaluate Johnson as a special teams player. Joe was told years ago that in the NFL, if you are a backup, you better be able to play special teams or otherwise, you are an endangered species.

  51. firethecannons Says:

    Package up Tyler Johnson and Jaelon Darden and maybe Scotty Miller for a 2nd round pick and pick a really fast corner for corner and return duties but Darden is gone this year and so is Tyler Johnson

  52. Thadeus Says:

    Should have traded him And Godwin and got some great draft picks.

  53. BayBear0320 Says:

    Pray they don’t trade em. Miller has got so much heart & shows that when he has the opportunity. Miller would be a loss the buccs had better prepare for.

  54. Bucsfanman Says:

    This notion that Scotty didn’t get an opportunity is bullspit. He had a pretty bad turf-toe injury for most of last season, BUT, when he was healthy and we needed him to produce, it was in a word “underwhelming”!
    He gets mauled by DBs and isn’t shifty enough to be an Edelman/Welker type of WR. That Darden was still returning kicks says everything you need to know about Scotty’s “return game”!!!
    He simply did not produce when we needed it most.
    It’s a shame because he looked like he might emerge out of that WR group.
    Bucs said everything they needed to about this guy when they went out and signed Gage and Perriman.

  55. Joe Says:

    Package up Tyler Johnson and Jaelon Darden and maybe Scotty Miller for a 2nd round pick

    LOL What GM wants to get fired? You have to give up draft picks in order for a team to take Darden off your hands.

  56. SB~LV Says:

    He’ll have the preseason games to establish himself either for the Bucs or elsewhere.
    Darden the same, I’ll give Darden his rookie year for adjusting to the NFL he too will have the preseason to establish himself.

  57. BucfaninMi Says:

    Darden was terrible, Scotty needs to be returning kicks and punts! The franchise still exists after Tom Brady, unless he plans on sticking around in some capacity.
    I don’t like selling the future for the present.

  58. BucfaninMi Says:

    Darden is terrible, get rid of him. Scotty needs to KR/PR.

  59. BucfaninMi Says:

    My phone or internet connection sucks. Sorry about the double comment. Didn’t see it posted.😬

  60. Biff Barker Says:

    Darden must be tripping over that same blade of grass that plagued Michael Pittman.

  61. pewter941 Says:

    In the playoff game vs the Rams Scotty was open alot, Brady just didnt see him. He looked good when he was utilized more

  62. Deeeeznuts Says:

    Edelman is in town Joe!

  63. lambchop Says:

    Get rid of Darden before you get rid of Scotty. You need his elite speed in case of injury. And let Scotty return kicks. It can’t be any worse than Darden’s catch and fall. He has a connection with Brady. And last year was all about his turf toe injury. He should be ready to go this season. I’m sure BA loves speed guys.

  64. acey Says:

    If Tyler doesn’t get his act together, he should be traded before Scotty. Scotty’s shown he has value as a gunner on special teams, so even if he can’t cut it as one of our regular recievers, he still has use.

  65. Buc king Says:

    I would say go to camp with all wr intact…if we sign julio or Edelman then ofcourse of load the weakest player..who I think is Darden.. I was completely unimpressed with him.
    If Johnson shows up out of shape again then dump him.

    Perriman I could careless but they like him..
    Grayson was decent but looks soft
    Godwin will he be ready by preseason or even the season?
    Yes we have a full room and I think Grayson and Miller are the only ones who can play special teams…Darden can’t in my opinion he looks soft n fast like he was described

  66. MDFree Says:

    I don’t think Grayson is a lock. Let him compete for the 5th spot with Scottie and Tyler Johnson. It’s likely we keep 6 though anyway.

  67. Dooley Says:

    Jaelon Darden played 87 snaps and was targeted 12 times(Godwin reeled in 15 passes in 1 game in 2021 for comparison & perspective sake) in his entire rookie year and ya’ll are ready to ship him out? LMAO!! You’d be hard pressed to find speed that Darden AND Scotty Miller both came with as 4th & 6th round picks respectively, in separate drafts playing behind 2-3 Hall of Famers the last two seasons. Also, that end around Scotty ran against Carolina and scored, thats the type of speed we wont be getting from our top 3 WRs this year or last. Temper your expectations this is still football football, not Madden.

  68. Joe in Michigan Says:

    I have no attachment to Scotty Miller, Tyler Johnson, or Stumbles Darden.

  69. steele Says:

    Johnson, Darden are expendable. Scotty unfortunately is, too. He is just a bit better than a one-trick, but he hasn’t shown consistently great or new route running or blocking. Is this a coaching problem, similar to the inability to get RoJo to fit? Really could have been good for Scotty to become Jules Edelman, but he hasn’t. However, if he is traded, he will find a home in another system.

    Speaking of Edelman. I’m not sure if the rumors of him coming to Tampa is just smoke. Brady needs a slot security blanket.

  70. Cleanhouse Says:

    More poor coaching to not Utilize him as well as RoJo

  71. Cleanhouse Says:

    I think Miller earned his stripes- we wouldn’t have a Super Bowl without his clutch play- especially at Green Bay

  72. Cleanhouse Says:


  73. Joe in Michigan Says:

    Cleanhouse: Do you honestly think Miller’s TD catch vs. Green Bay should earn him a roster spot? You would’ve probably signed RoJo to a lifetime contract after his 98 yard TD run vs. Carolina a few years ago, huh?

  74. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Miller is better than Joe is giving him credit for. Criticizing his blocking is fair. Saying he cannot play slot is not.

    Most of the year, Miller lost play opportunities to bigger names…like Brown. Most of his exposure came in the last 4 games.

    The kid is a burner. Now is not the time to give up on him. in 2021 he only got to play in 9 games, and as I said, he mostly had to wait behind bigger names.

    In 2020 he did well. He played in all 16 games and averaged 15+ yards per play.

    Give him a shot, he’ll do well.

  75. BelleGladeBuc Says:

    Blocking is a mindset.

    You have to like hitting and getting hit.

    If you don’t have that mindset, then you will not be a great blocker.

    BA’s offense requires his WR’s to be tough blockers, especially the slot.

    I question Johnson’s toughness.

    I love Miller’s speed and quickness, but for some reason he lost the trust of TB12. Because of that, TB12 will not use him, and that makes him not valuable to the Bucs.

    WR is ridiculously deep in this draft, and a rookie WR has a much better chance to contribute to the team than a late 1st round pick edge rusher.

    JTS is a prime example of a late 1st/2nd round edge rusher that needs more time to develop, whereas Godwin was a third round pick who contributed from day 1.

    The Bucs need players that they draft to contribute to the team right away.

    The Bucs would need a much higher draft pick to get an edge rusher to help them immediately this year.

    Thibodeaux or Hutchinson could definitely be day 1 contributors, but the Bucs don’t have a pick that high.

  76. Cleanhouse Says:

    Joe in Michigan, yes I do- I’m of the belief that if a player flashes, especially in extremely clutch situations, then they are a good player worth continuing to utilize- my answer is yes 100%. Plus he hustles his tail off as a gunner causing clutch fumbles on special teams- guys a gamer and a playmaker- someone tell me I’m wrong…..anyone

  77. BelleGladeBuc Says:

    Those of us who were at the game against the Rams can tell you that Miller was wide open many times, but TB12 chose not to throw to him.

    TB12 doesn’t trust him.

    That’s the issue.

  78. Joe in Michigan Says:

    Cleanhouse: Miller did look good as a gunner. I don’t really have a strong opinion on him one way or the other, if he makes the team, fine. If he gets traded, fine.

  79. Cleanhouse Says:

    Then TB12 better work on his trust issues, lif he’s as wide open as you say and there was no other play made

  80. Craig Says:

    might get a cup of coffee for him

  81. BelleGladeBuc Says:

    We don’t know what goes on in practice, @Cleanhouse.

    All I can tell you is, that when a QB doesn’t look the way of a WR, then it means he doesn’t trust him.

    TB12 has forgotten more about football than you or I, and so there must be a reason for why he no longer trusts throwing to Miller.

    In 2020 Miller was an extremely productive WR4.

    In 2021 Miller was our least productive receiver. He was less productive than Darden. He was our WR8.

    Something happened.

  82. Yucs2Bucs Says:

    Joe kinda surprising you want Miller out and not Darden and if Scotty battled injuries last year then how is that his fault ? I don’t think he ran out of favor with TB12, but would rather keep Miller over Darden any day of the week !!! Go Bucs and hoping they can get Baker as the backup and then he will start after Tom Bolts to San Franciiiiiiisco

  83. JB Kickback Says:

    Dear anonymous commenter, why come here to insult Joe?? Miller had a couple of special teams tackles and flashed a little value there, but certainly not enough to think he’ll make the team solely as a special teams specialist. Not relevant to this story.–Joe

  84. Warren Says:

    ^ Chris is right. “ Scotty struggles against physical defenders who play press coverage.” Arians said exactly that last year. It’s pretty much agreed among us fans that Darden sucks…can’t even stay on his feet, & it is a mystery why Scooter wasn’t tried at kick returns. Maybe they’ll try him there this year…if he stays with the team. Btw, Scooter is only paid in the $860K range which is chump change in the NFL nowadays.

  85. firethecannons Says:

    Joe Says:
    March 24th, 2022 at 1:27 pm
    Package up Tyler Johnson and Jaelon Darden and maybe Scotty Miller for a 2nd round pick

    LOL What GM wants to get fired? You have to give up draft picks in order for a team to take Darden off your hands.

    yeah you are right! Lol! Darden was an epic fail!

  86. ScottBucsFan Says:

    It’s not Miller’s fault that he wasn’t thrown to or used as much last season