Blaine Gabbert is headed to his fifth NFL franchise and fourth in the last four seasons.
Announced by Tampa Bay on Wednesday, the Buccaneers signed the veteran quarterback to a one-year deal.
Originally a first-round pick by the Jacksonville Jaguars taken 10th overall in 2011, Gabbert never panned out in Duval and moved on to San Francisco for three seasons before single-year stints in Arizona and Tennessee.
Last season with the Titans, Gabbert was called into action for the injured Marcus Mariota on multiple occasions. The 29-year-old signal-caller played in eight games with three starts -- and a 2-1 record as a starter -- and passed for 626 yards, four touchdowns, four interceptions and tallied a 60.4 percent completion percentage.
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