Dwight Scales

Dwight Scales running the ball against the Atlanta Falcons.

Dwight Scales was former NFL wide reciever and WB draft pick (Pick No. 155/1976) for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers expansion team. He was involved in a trade the Bucs used to get linebacker Jim Peterson , which was a poor trade, as Dwight Scales had more than 1,000 recieving yards in his 8-year career and averaged 20 yards on 56 receptions, and would have most likely made a name for himself as the Bucs' best deep threat. He was notable on making big plays, he even scored a 80-yard reception.