Found January 10, 2012 on
While it remains to be seen what the Bucs think of former Minnesota Vikings coach Brad Childress, it's clear what his impressions are of their team and especially quarterback Josh Freeman.
Childress, 55, interviewed for the Bucs head coaching job on Monday.
"They have a good, young football team,'' Childress said Tuesday. "I liked Josh when he came out of college. You know, if you don't have (a quarterback), you're always looking for one and I believe he can be that guy and I like him a lot.''
Childress certainly has the credentials to get Freeman back on track. He was the quarterbacks coach for the Philadelphia Eagles from 1999-2002 and helped with the development of Donovan McNabb. He also served as the Eagles offensive coordinator from 2003-05. Freeman led the Bucs to a 10-6 record in 2010 with 25 touchdowns and six interceptions. But this season, he threw only 16 touchdowns and 22 INTs.
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I just told @QBKILLA of @JasonLaCanfora report that Bucs about to interview Brad Childress for HC job. His reax:
So Warren’s not a fan. But more importantly, caption time! I’ll go for the low-hanging fruit.
“Hey Warren, how did David Carradine die again? I keep forgetting.”
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No, no, don't worry. It's not returning to Minnesota (what offense?!), but the fondly remembered "Kick Ass Offense" of the Brad Childress era may be migrating south to the land of Johnny Depp pirates and alligator marshes, swashbucklers and SEC Speed. Yes, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are interviewing former Minnesota Vikings coach Brad Childress for an equal position...
As expected, Brad Childress and Marty Schottenheimer are the latest in a line of veteran coaches to interview with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
It's going to be a busy week of interviews for the Bucs as they continue to search for a new head coach.
Former Vikings head coach Brad Childress, 55, is meeting with the Bucs today. Despite reports that Childress could be considered for a position of offensive coordinator, the Times confirmed he is interviewing for Tampa Bay's head coaching job.