Dave Ford
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Top 5 Wide Receivers In Bucs History

Jun 21, 2013 10:14 AM EST

4. Jimmie Giles


3.    A player before his time, Jimmie Giles was one of the first hybrid tight end/wide receivers the league had ever seen. From 1978-1986, he was one of the featured players for the Tampa Bay offense, especially during the team’s run to the NFC Championship Game in 1979. All told, Giles racked up 279 receptions for 4,300 yards, a franchise-record 34 TDs, a long of 81 yards and an average of 15.4 yards per catch.