Steve Wilson (born May 29, 1954 is a former NFL offensive lineman, and the last of the inaugurual Bucs to leave the franchise retiring after 10 seasons with the Buccaneers and in the NFL. Wilson took over at center late in the 1977 season after playing 2nd string right guard in the 1976 expansion season and spent the next eight years holding down the middle of the Tampa Bay line and snapping the ball. He had started the second-most games in franchise history when he retired. He originally wore the No. 79 jersey for the 1976-78 seasons, but switched his jersey to No. 50 from 1979-85.
Steve Wilson on the sideline during the 1979 season.
Steve Wilson alongside John McKay on the sidelines.
Steve Wilson (No. 50) blocks for Doug Williams (No. 12) as he runs with the ball.
Steve Wilson has his block shedded by someone.
Steve Wilson (No. 79) and Greg Horton (No. 64) try and fail to block Alan Page, who tackled the ballcarrier Johnny Davis (No. 38).
Steve Wilson during the 1977 season against the New Orleans Saints.
Steve Wilson (middle) with Steve Horton (left) and Tony Davis (right).
Steve Wilson on the sidelines with his helmet off against the Green Bay Packers during the 1981 season.
Steve Wilson along with teammates Alvis Darby (No. 82) and Gary Puetz (No. 72, laying on the ground), and Los Angeles Rams Larry Brooks (No. 90), Jack Youngblood (No. 85), and Isiah Robertson (No. 58, laying on the ground).
A picture taken of Steve Wilson recently.
Wilson during 2010 with his wife.
Wilson (No. 50) in blocking stance while teammate Steve Horton (No. 64) blocking Phil Tabor (No.80). In the back, Doug Wiliams (No. 12) drops back to pass.