"I just want to prove that I’m a very talented player," he said. "I played at LSU for a large (number) of games. I had a very strong winning percentage there. I was the second-most winningest quarterback there. But at the same time, I’m not where I want to be. But I’m a competitor and I can be the pro style quarterback that Tampa Bay wants me to be. But I have to do a lot before I can get to that situation. I have to learn. That’s what I’ll be doing in my time here. I just want to prove that I can be an NFL quarterback." Meanwhile, Schiano was clear there would be much turnover today. He said last week's rookie free agent signees aren't guaranteed spot. "I’m not sure that the 14 we signed are going to be with us," Schiano said. "We look at it like we evaluate (the players) regardless of what has been done. That’s what we did."