Quarterback Dan Lefevour, 29 has signed a tender with the Tampa Bay Bucs in somewhat unexpected fashion. Lefevour shined as a four year starter at Central Michigan from 2006-2009 and subsequently was drafted as a late round pick by the Chicago Bears in the 2010 Draft. His stint with Chicago (and the NFL at large) was brief however and included stops as an off-season QB Insurance Policy in Jacksonville and Cincinnati.
Most recently, Lefevour had served as a sparingly used backup in the CFL while playing for Montreal and Hamilton. It looks as if Tampa is electing to kick the tires on a guy who has minimal playing experience post Central Michigan yet someone who’s game was compared to Tim Tebow coming out of college.