In his career, Orlovsky has played in 21 games, has completed 58.5 percent of his passes, and has thrown 14 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.
Orlovsky appears to have secured the team’s backup quarterback role after running the second-string offense in Detroit’s first three preseason games.
Matthew Stafford played just one series Saturday night, and to say the offense looked shaky with Dan Orlovsky would be an understatement.
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They should have drafted a guy that they targeted and could develop. A player, that could eventually challenge Stafford for playing time if he struggles.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have signed free agent quarterback Dan Orlovsky to a two-year contract.
It will be Orlovsky’s first start since the 2008 season when he played for the 0-16 Detroit Lions.