Scotty Miller ends his four-season Bucs tenure with 83 receptions (including playoffs) for 1,050 yards and five touchdowns.
The speedster’s production and playing time had dissipated the last two seasons.
The team also has agreed to terms with journeyman kicker Chase McLaughlin.
Bowles has a history with Mayfield, saying the former No. 1 pick “gives us another warrior.”
John Romano | The former Florida star and second-round pick may be nudged out of the huddle with the signing of Baker Mayfield.


  1. Bucs coach Todd Bowles speaks during the NFL football meetings Tuesday in Phoenix.
  2. Scotty Miller ends his four-season Bucs tenure with 83 receptions (including playoffs) for 1,050 yards and five touchdowns.
  3. Former USF standout Deadrin Senat totaled 17 tackles, two quarterback hits and a sack in his first season with the Bucs last fall.
  4. After two years as an understudy to Tom Brady, it looked like Kyle Trask might get his opportunity to run the Bucs offense in 2023. And then Tampa Bay signed former No. 1 pick Baker Mayfield in free agency.
  5. Bucs head coach Todd Bowles says "players love to be around (new quarterback Baker Mayfield), and they will fight for him because he’s a winner."
  6. New Bucs quarterback Baker Mayfield listens to a question during his introductory news conference Monday at AdventHealth Training Center in Tampa.
  7. Bucs head coach Todd Bowles, left, and linebacker Lavonte David (54) celebrate after a victory over the Carolina Panthers in January at Raymond James Stadium. David signed a one-year contract worth $7 million to return to Tampa Bay.
  8. Former Bucs quarterback Tom Brady has acquired an ownership stake in the WNBA champion Las Vegas Aces.
  9. Bucs kicker Ryan Succop converted 90.3 percent of his field goal attempts in 2020, but his percentages fell to 83.3 and 81.6 the past two seasons.
  10. Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen. In her first extended interview since news of their divorce, supermodel Gisele Bundchen slammed rumors that she and retired NFL star Tom Brady split over his decision to continue playing as quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
  11. Bucs quarterback Baker Mayfield, pictured during his introductory news conference Monday in Tampa. Mayfield is hoping to revive his once-promising career after beginning 2022 with Cleveland, being traded to Carolina and ending up in Los Angeles after being waived.
  12. New Bucs quarterback Baker Mayfield enjoys a moment during his introductory news conference Monday at AdventHealth Training Center in Tampa.
  13. Sean Murphy-Bunting (23) talks with the media at the conclusion of training camp in August at AdventHealth Training Center in Tampa. The former Bucs cornerback reportedly is finalizing a one-year contract worth up to $5 million with the Tennessee Titans.
  14. Defensive end Pat O'Connor is coming back to the Bucs for another year.
  15. Bucs cornerback Jamel Dean, who signed a new four-year, $52 million contract this week, addresses reporters during a news conference.
  16. Bucs outside linebacker Anthony Nelson, left, cornerback Jamel Dean and general manager Jason Licht talk during a news conference Thursday after both players re-upped with the team during free agency.
  17. Former Broncos running back Chase Edmonds (19), who is signing a one-year deal with the Bucs, has totaled nearly 3,000 yards in five NFL seasons.
  18. Aaron Rodgers says his intention is to play for the New York Jets in the coming season as the four-time NFL MVP quarterback waits for the Green Bay Packers to trade him.
  19. Quarterback Baker Mayfield is joining the Bucs and will battle Kyle Trask for the starting job in training camp.
  20. The Dallas Cowboys are set to part ways with running back Ezekiel Elliott, a former two-time NFL rushing champ and the third-leading rusher in franchise history.
  21. The Bucs reached a new deal with linebacker Anthony Nelson, seen here tackling Saints tight end Taysom Hill last December at Raymond James Stadium.
  22. Bucs guard Shaq Mason (69) protects quarterback Tom Brady during a wild-card game against the Cowboys in January.
  23. Cornerback Jamel Dean is staying in Tampa Bay, agreeing to a four-year, $52 million deal with the Bucs.
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