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Top 5 Wide Receivers In Bucs History

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Keyshawn Johnson was an integral part of the Bucs' first and only Super Bowl title at the conclusion of the 2002 season. Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images.
Keyshawn Johnson was an integral part of the Bucs' first and only Super Bowl title at the conclusion of the 2002 season. Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images.

5.    Without a doubt the most controversial wideout in Bucs history, Keyshawn Johnson never satisfied his thirst for the ball in Tampa Bay from 2000-2003 as the No. 1 option through the air. Gifted with a long stride and vice grips for hands, the flamboyant pass catcher totaled 298 receptions for 3,828 yards and 17 TDs. Johnson also averaged 12.8 yards per catch, recorded a long of 76 yards and turned in 11 100-yard games.