The last time former Green Bay Packers and Texas A &M coach Mike Sherman made headlines in Tampa Bay, he was going after Warren Sapp for his hit on tackle Chad Clifton during an interception return by Brian Kelly in 2002.
As Sherman approached Sapp following the game, the Bucs defensive tackle bellowed, "Put a jersey on!''
Sherman will be returning to Tampa Bay soon. The Times has confirmed he's been contacted by the Bucs and an interview is in the process of being scheduled.
The Bucs plan to interview multiple candidates for their vacant head coaching job after firing Raheem Morris Monday.
Although Joel Glazer said the team won't be pigeon-holed in their search, NFL head coaching experience may be preferred by the Bucs.
In six seasons with the Packers, Sherman went 57-39 and won three NFL North titles. He was 25-25 in four seasons at Texas A&M, including two bowl appearances.
The Bucs also plan to interview Tennessee defensive coordinator Jerry Gray bu...