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Tampa Bay Buccaneers down to only two players remaining from 2002 Super Bowl XXXVII championship team

Down to two

Only Ronde Barber, left, and Jermaine Phillips remain among the 57 who were on the roster for the Super Bowl title in the 2002 season. When players left:

After '02 season (13)

Lomas Brown T

Jeff Christy C

DeVone Claybrooks DT

Casey Crawford * TE

Dan Goodspeed * G

Buck Gurley * DT

Dexter Jackson S

Rob Johnson QB

Al Singleton LB

Mike Solwold * LS

Travis Stephens * RB

Marquise Walker * WR

Todd Washington OL

After '03 season (17)

Reggie Barlow * WR

Ryan Benjamin LS

Jack Golden LB

Cornell Green OL

Kerry Jenkins G

Keyshawn JohnsonWR

Shaun King * QB

John Lynch S

Roman Oben T

Warren Sapp DT

Aaron Stecker RB

Tom Tupa P

Tim Wansley * CB

Ron Warner DE

Nate Webster LB

Karl Williams KR

Todd Yoder TE

After '04 season (12)

Cosey Coleman G

Chartric Darby DT

Ken Dilger TE

Rickey Dudley TE

Martin Gramatica K

John Howell S

Corey Ivy CB

Brad Johnson QB

Joe Jurevicius WR

Keenan McCardellWR

Corey Smith * DE

Dwight Smith DB

After '05 season (2)

Darian Barnes FB

Jameel Cook FB

After '06 season (6)

Brian Kelly CB

Anthony McFarland * DT

Shelton Quarles LB

Simeon Rice DE

Kenyatta Walker T

Ellis Wyms DL

After '07 season (4)

Mike Alstott FB

Ryan Nece * LB

Michael Pittman RB

Greg Spires DE

After '08 season (1)

Derrick Brooks LB

* On injured reserve or inactive for Super Bowl

Note: Keenan McCardell was traded during the 2004 season, Anthony McFarland during the 2006 season

Tampa Bay Buccaneers down to only two players remaining from 2002 Super Bowl XXXVII championship team 02/25/09 [Last modified: Thursday, February 26, 2009 12:22am]
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