KICKERS AND PUNTERS
Had seen some time in the World Football League during the 1975
Played in the original World League with the Hawaiian franchise and
had been in the 1975 Eagles' camp.
Joined the Bucs for the first game as a puner but wound up kicking for
the team for most of the first two seasons.
Famous for refusing to play in white shoes so had to get equipment
assistant Frank Pupello to paint his regular black shoes white.
Had three chances to become the first points scorer but missed all his
kicks and was released after the 2nd game.
Another one of the seven different kickers who were in camp but never
actually saw any playing time before being released.
Played four games for the 1975 Packers averaged less than 32 yards
gross. Did not make the Bucs based on those numbers.
Was on the sidelines for the first pre-season game in Los Angeles but
never attempted a kick in the pre-season and was released.
German-born kicker who is now in Buc history for scoring the first points
against the Rams in the first-ever game.
A former Packer who played all of 1974 but only with a 38.4 average.
Did not make the Bucs and never played in the NFL again.
Never played in the NFL and was never drafted by any pro franchise.
Came from that football powerhouse of Western State.