Kyle Trask

Kyle Trask ‘Can Do A Lot Of Things That Help Us Win’

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians has thrown his support behind next season’s presumptive starting quarterback Kyle Trask.

Following Tom Brady’s retirement, Kyle Trask is the only quarterback left on the roster. Assuming the franchise doesn’t bring someone in ahead of him, he will start next year.

If that happens, the Bucs will have gone from the league’s most experienced quarterback to a third-year who is essentially a rookie.


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Kyle Trask has played one game in two years amounting to nine NFL passes thrown. Although he does have the advantage of having learned from Tom Brady for two seasons.

“I think we’re in good hands with Kyle Trask,” Arians said. “I love Kyle, he’s been there two years now. … Blaine Gabbert was a great mentor for him. But just like three years ago, you’ve got to search what’s behind door number two. Three years ago, we never would’ve guessed Tom Brady was behind door number two. So you do your research, you do all your homework, and then you decide what’s best for you. But right now, I’m very comfortable if Kyle’s our guy.”


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“A guy that worked his ass off to get to where he’s at,” Arians said when asked what he sees in Trask. “And he’s worked extremely hard every single day. He’s got all the size, he’s got the arm, he’s got the stature of what we like. And he’s mobile. Now, he’s not a burner, but he’s mobile enough to do some things. Looking at all the young quarterbacks today, he’s not 4.5(-second) Jalen Hurts-type of guy, but he can do a lot of things that help us win, especially with the players around him.”

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