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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...
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- There is no debate heading into the playoffs for Packers coach Mike McCarthy when it comes to whether Chad Clifton or Marshall Newhouse will be protecting the blind side of Aaron Rodgers."Chad Clifton will be the starter," McCarthy announced Monday morning. "Marshall's done an excellent job. We won a lot of games with Marshall Newhouse. Chad...
After a long injury layoff, Packers left tackle Chad Clifton returned to the field in the
regular-season finale against Detroit. His play wasn't perfect, but
it was good enough for coach Mike McCarthy to tell reporters on
Monday that Clifton will start in the playoffs.
Green Bay Packers veteran left tackle Chad Clifton will start the team's next playoff game, coach Mike McCarthy said.
Clifton was able to play the first quarter of Sunday's regular-season finale against the NFC North rival Detroit Lions. The contest was his first since hurting his hamstring on Oct. 9 versus the Atlanta Falcons.
The 12-year-veteran also hurt his back while...
Saying Chad Clifton is a "damn good player," coach Mike McCarthy praised Marshall Newhouse but named Clifton his left tackle. The Packers not only will be healthy for the playoff game, but they'll be healthy for this week's two practices.
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Given Chad Clifton's long and distinguished track record, Mike McCarthy apparently didn't need to see much from the veteran left tackle to give him his job back.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Monday that veteran left tackle Chad Clifton will get his starting job back for the playoffs.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy says veteran left tackle Chad Clifton will get his starting job back for the playoffs.
While Chad Clifton will start the postseason as the Packers’ starter at left tackle, Marshall Newhouse, who started 13 games this season, will be ready if Clifton falters. That’s the indication head coach Mike McCarthy gave Wednesday at his press conference.