Tampa signs a new QB.


Yesterday, the Buccaneers announced that they have signed, former Central Michigan University’s star quarterback, Dan LeFevour. The 2010 sixth-rounder was selected by the Chicago Bears and then toured the NFL as a backup QB. Aside from being a part of the Bengals, the Bears, the Colts, and the Jaguars,  he spent four years playing in the CFL with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the Montreal Alouettes.

LeFevour and Drik Koetter have a slight history, as Koetter was the offensive coordinator during the quarterback’s short stint at Jacksonville in 2011. Also, Mike Bajakian has some ties with the quarterback. The Buccaneers’ quarterbacks coach in charge of offensive quality control while he was at Central Michigan. LeFevour once held the record for the most total touchdowns in NCAA history, until he was surpassed by Case Keenum.

The odd move to sign another quarterback could indicate that the Buccaneers may have a surprise trade coming soon, that would involve Mike Glennon. But, this is purely speculation as the signing could mean anything. Coach Koetter and Coach Bajakian, both know this young man and may know something no one else does.