Eric Edholm's Commentary
The Bucs did a fair amount of work on Trask and liked his toughness, resiliency and touch, making him a fascinating developmental option and possible replacement for Tom Brady. Tampa Bay now has the two slowest QBs in the league, but that doesn’t matter much. If Trask can learn how to overcome great athleticism (or a great arm), it’ll help that he’s watching the best craftsman of all time for at least another year. And he is used to being a backup, having sat behind D’Eriq King in high school and Feleipe Franks at Florida.