Found January 06, 2012 on BucStats:
There’s a pretty extensive piece today on the Bucs interviewing Mike Sherman, something we already knew was happening, but there are no additional details about how it might have gone or what his chances are. So if you’re interested in reading long articles about things that should only take a sentence, there you go. It’s like the anti-Reader’s Digest. The Bucs also interviewed Titans defensive coordinator Jerry Gray in Texas on Wednesday. This is the only sentence where Jerry Gray is mentioned. Several paragraphs on Sherman, 13 words on Gray. No one is taking this interview seriously. [To be fair, I found this article on Gray written by Stephen Holder after I published this entry. So that's better, but still... no one is really taking Gray seriously.] Buried in that same article are a couple additional nuggets I hadn’t heard yet and aren’t even hinted in the headline. So it’s actually more like the anti-Reader’s Digest combined with a scavenger hunt. The Bucs are also believe...
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