Another potential big play speed receiver that the Bucs can look to after the departure of DeSean Jackson is veteran Mike Wallace. Like Jackson and Nelson, Wallace is known for his speed evident by his average of 15 yards per reception throughout his career.
After having a down year in Minnesota with the Vikings, he bounced back for two productive seasons in Baltimore with one season going for over 1,000 yards receiving. He was then brought to Philadelphia last year to be a downfield threat, but he was injured in week two at Tampa Bay, ending his season before it even began.
Throughout his career, Wallace has been named to one Pro Bowl as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers, and has found the endzone 57 times in his 10 year NFL career. Wallace has gone over 1,000 yards three times, totaling over 8,000 yards on his career.
Coming off of an injury and entering 2019 at the age of 33, Wallace will be a relatively cheap option to add to the Tampa Bay offense. Wallace could be an interesting guy for the Bucs to add, being a veteran presence and a deep ball playmaker in Arian’s offense that loves to throw the ball around the field.