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Following a 4-12 overall record in the 2011 regular season along with a 10-game losing streak the Tampa Bay Buccaneers fired head coach Raheem Morris earlier this week, could he be ready to join the coaching staff of the Washington Redskins for the 2012 NFL regular season?
According to WTOP reporter George Wallace on Twitter, Morris was seen dining with Washington ownership. Wallaced Tweeted, “#Redskins brass dining with former Bucs coach Raheem Morris..He and Kyle were assistants in Tampa together”.
Not just are Kyle and Raheem former coaches for the Buccaneers, but current Washington Redskins General Manager Bruce Allen held the same position in Tampa when the duo were on the coaching staff.
One could only speculate if the Redskins were interested in bringing Morris on board the staff, he would likely assume the role he filled in Tampa before being named the head coach, coaching the secondary.Prior to the conclusion of the 2009 regular season, Raheem Morris was named the de...
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The Washington Redskins are considering Raheem Morris for a position coaching defensive backs, according to league sources.
According to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network, the Washington Redskins are considering hiring former Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris to coach their defensive backs.
Morris interviewed with the Redskins this week after being fired from the Buccaneers on Monday. He may also have an opportunity with the Steelers, since he’s close to head coach Mike Tomlin.
Raheem Morris, who was fired Monday as coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, will interview with the Minnesota Vikings on Friday for a high-level position on their defensive staff, according to league and team sources. Morris was en route to Minneapolis on Thursday from Washington, D.C., where he met with the Redskins regarding a defensive backs coaching job, the sources said. Morris...
Raheem Morris might be considered for a defensive coaching position.
The demand for former Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris appears to be growing.
Leslie Frazier is looking to make changes to his coaching staff and is set to interview former Bucs head coach Raheem Morris on Friday.
Raheem Morris at Winter Park
The dust at One Buc Place began to settle again a day after the Buccaneers fired head coach Raheem Morris, and it could be several days before it kicks back up again.
Former Tampa Bay coach Raheem Morris, fired by the Bucs earlier this week, is at Winter Park Friday, interviewing for the defensive coordinator position.
On a day the Vikings formally interviewed Raheem Morris to potentially become their new defensive coordinator, head coach Leslie Frazier began executing other coaching staff changes as well. Defensive line coach Karl Dunbar is the first official casualty, let go after six seasons with the team. "This is what they wanted," Dunbar said in a phone interview with the Star Tribune...
Much like the Bucs new Head Coach, the idea of old vs new will go a long way in the decision. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are starting out their Head Coaching search by interviewing Mike Sherman, and also Jerry Grey, who as an african-american minority fulfills the Bucs requirement towards the Rooney rule, which requires all NFL teams who are searching for head coaches to at least interview...
-- According to several sources, former Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris is in Washington, D.C., talking to the Redskins about … well, something. And since the Shanahans don't need any specific advice on how to tank a season like the Bucs just did (they have that well-covered, thank you), we can assume that Raheem might be discussing a position on the team'...
The 2011 regular season has come to a close but not before plenty of head coaches were shown the door. Tony Sparano, Todd Haley and Jack Del Rio were all fired during the season, while Steve Spagnuolo and Raheem Morris were allowed to finish the season before being asked to leave.
The Tony Sparano firing came as a surprise to me. The Dolphins got off to an 0-7 start and looked...