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Former Green Bay Packers and Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman is interviewing for the Bucs head coaching job today in Texas.
In six seasons with the Packers, with Brett Favre in his prime at quarterback, Sherman went 57-39 and won three NFL North titles. He was fired in 2005 after compiling a 4-12 record, the Packers first losing season since 1991.
Sherman was 25-25 in four seasons at Texas A&M, including two bowl appearances. He is an offensive play-caller who spent two seasons with the Houston Texans before joining the Aggies. He served as offensive coordinator his last season with the Texans.
Interestingly, general manager Mark Dominik did not accompany the Glazer family to Texas to interview Sherman or Titans defensive coordinator Jerry Gray, who met with them in Houston on Wednesday.
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