Found January 11, 2012 on Billboard:
---When Mike Mularkey officially became the coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars, he joined scarce group of ex-Bills coaches. Mularkey became only the fourth coach to land a head coaching job with another NFL team after leaving (resigning/fired) Buffalo, joining Lou Saban, Chuck Knox and Wade Phillips. Saban was first the Bills coach from 1962-65 then coached Denver from 1967-71 before returning to Buffalo from 1972-76. Knox took over from 1978-82 then went to Seattle in 1983 and lasted until the 1991 season. Knox then coached the Los Angeles Rams for three seasons (1992-94). Wade Phillips had a three year record of 29-19 with the Bills from 1998-00. He was the interim coach in Atlanta in 2003 (2-1) before leading Dallas from 2007 through the first eight games of 2010. The Bills finished 11-5 under Phillips in 1999 and have finished above .500 only once since: In 2004 with Mularkey (9-7). ---Rookie Marcell Dareus was selected to the National Football Post’s All-Rookie Team. Dareu...

Phillips doesn't want Bucs job

The Texans defensive coordinator is apparently happy staying in Texas as he has informed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to remove his name from the list of potential candidates for the team's head coaching vacancy.

Texans' Wade could coach himself into new job

HOUSTON The Texans are in the playoffs for the first time ever in large part because of Wade Phillips. And they might lose Phillips because they are in the playoffs. Such is the circular nature of the NFL, where Phillips could possibly go from fired as Dallas Cowboys head coach to hired as Houston Texans defensive coordinator to hired as Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach within...

Phillips no longer candidate for Bucs' coaching position

Wade Phillips doesn't want to be a distraction, so he is pulling his name out of consideration for the vacant head coaching position of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. "I didn’t want to be a distraction, or a perceived distraction,” the Texans defensive coordinator told the Houston Chronicle. “Even though I would have been doing it (interview) on Friday night on my own...

Texans can learn from Ravens past dominance

HOUSTON - Wade Phillips saw no need to dance around the subject. The Ravens have served as a standard bearer for defensive superiority for a decade and the Texans seek to establish a reputation equally esteemed. The Texans closed the season ranked second and between the Steelers and Ravens in total defense, and at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore on Sunday they will observe a unit...

Wade Phillips Withdraws Application with Tampa Bay, Stays with Houston Texans

According to Wade Phillips the timing just was not right. He said that what he has going with the Houston Texans is “magical” and that he wants to keep that going. Whatever the reason may be, Texans fans were elated to hear that Phillips had … [visit site to read more] Wade Phillips Withdraws Application with Tampa Bay, Stays with Houston Texans - Toro Times - Toro Times -...

Report: Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips will stay, not pursue job with Buccaneers

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Wade Phillips Pulls Out

Sorry. I know the visual that title created in your head. But it’s true, Wade Phillips has removed himself from consideration for the Bucs’ head coaching job. Phillips, 64, was scheduled to interview following the Texans practice in Houston on Friday, but sources with knowledge of the Bucs’ coaching search said he called general manager Mark Dominik early Thursday evening...

Why did Wade Phillips pull out of Bucs' coaching search?

Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips informed the Bucs tonight that he would not go through with the interview for Tampa Bay's head coaching post originally scheduled for Friday afternoon. By taking his name out of consideration, Phillips said he would be better positioned to focus on the Texans' weekend matchup with the Ravens in the AFC divisional playoffs, avoiding...

Wade Phillips withdraws name from consideration in Tampa

We told you just a few hours ago that Wade Phillips sounded like he had mixed feelings about interviewing for the head coaching job with the Buccaneers. Those mixed feelings have turned more certain. Phillips informed the Bucs he won’t meet about the position, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. There are a lot of reasons…

Phillips pulls out of Bucs coaching race

BY ROY CUMMINGS The Tampa Tribune TAMPA – A day before he was scheduled to interview for the Buccaneers head coach’s job, Houston Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips pulled himself out of contention Thursday. Phillips, 64, was scheduled to interview for the…

Report: Bucs to interview Bengals' Zimmer, Panthers' Chudzinski

With Wade Phillips out of the picture, the Bucs reached out to two hot assistants, Mike Zimmer of Cincinnati and Rob Chudzinski of Carolina.
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