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09/25/13 - KR Eric Page, who had his first NFL reception vs. the Patriots last week, could be pressed into service as a receiver again this week due to injuries to Vincent Jackson and Mike Williams.
09/24/13 - WR Eric Page caught his first NFL passes Sunday, filling in for injured WR Vincent Jackson. Page had three receptions for 55 yards, including a 30-yarder.
09/02/13 - WR Eric Page will be the Bucs primary kick returner.
07/25/12 - WR Eric Page was waived by the Broncos with the designation non-football injury.
03/14/12 - As other prospects began the morning trying to dazzle NFL scouts at the vertical jump station, Eric Page paced alone in the background, focused on making the most of a second opportunity. Page, the University of Toledo star receiver who is bypassing his senior season to turn pro, had one objective in mind Tuesday morning at the school's pro day. The Springfield graduate wanted to improve upon his 40-yard dash from the NFL Combine and dispel any rumblings he might lack the necessary foot speed to play at the next level. He seemed to do that. Depending on whose stop watch was referenced, Page finished the drill in anywhere from 4.51 to 4.55 seconds, trumping the disappointing 4.6 he registered in Indianapolis. Results were kept private, but one NFL scout who wished to not be identified informed The Blade he timed Page at 4.5. Posting a better mark wasn't "the end all, be all," Page said, but trimming even a tenth of a second could bolster his appeal for April's draft. Representatives of roughly 20 NFL teams convened at Fetterman Training Center to get a closer peek at Page, Desmond Marrow, Kenny Stafford, and other draft-eligible players. "I think at the combine, you feel a little nervous going into it. You're out of your element," Page said. "Just coming back to pro day, our teammates are out here rooting us on and I felt a little more comfortable. ... I did real well." Page ran receiving routes and caught passes along with other position players, but he did not compete in other drills, choosing to stand firm with his combine results. - Ryan Autullo, The Toledo Blade