No. 8 – RB Warrick Dunn
|Bucs Career (1997-2001, 2008)
Played in 6 Seasons
Appeared in 91 Games
4,986 Rushing Yards
2,704 Receiving Yards
Scored 28 Total TDs
Selected to 2 Pro Bowls
Warrick Dunn came into the league in 1997 as the Buccaneers' first-round draft pick. He was an immediate hit, putting up two 100-yard rushing efforts in his first three regular season games. He would end that season on the Pro Bowl roster with 978 rushing yards, 39 catches and seven total touchdowns, along with the title of AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year.
Dunn became a quick fan favorite with his big play potential and with his devotion to community service throughout Tampa Bay. He played six seasons in red and pewter, from 1997-2001, then coming back from a six-year stint in Atlanta for his final NFL season in 2008.
He'd end his career as the Bucs' third-leading rusher with 4,986 yards, and with the second-most yards from scrimmage at 7,690 yards, behind only James Wilder.
Dunn broke the 1,000-yard rushing mark twice in his Buccaneers career and three times as an Atlanta Falcon. He is one of just 29 NFL running backs to ever break the 10,000-yard career rushing barrier and current sits at number 21 on the all-time list.
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