It seems like receiver Mike Evans has been a Buccaneer forever. But, it’s been nine years. And, at only 28 years old, he is hungry for more.
“There’s a lot of things for me to accomplish still,” he said while attending his fourth Pro Bowl game.
Evans, who caught the last touchdown pass in Tom Brady’s 22-year career, is the Bucs’ all-time receiving leader and likely will pass James Wilder as the team’s all-time leader in scrimmage yards. He’s also the only receiver in league history to begin a career with eight consecutive 1,000-yard seasons, according to The Associated Press.
– Joe Henderson, Extensive Enterprises Media