Found February 17, 2012 on Miami Herald:
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced on Friday that Bill Sheridan has been selected as the club's new defensive coordinator.

Albert Haynesworth released by Tampa Bay Bucs

I’d say it’s hard to believe that Albert Haynesworth is leaving his third team in less than seven months, but that would be a lie. This news shocks no one. After signing for the largest contract in the NFL just three years ago with the Washington Redskins, former All-Pro DT Albert Haynesworth was cut by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. New head coach Greg Schiano can begin his NFL career...

Report: Buccaneers hire Sheridan as defensive coordinator

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will hire Bill Sheridan as defensive coordinator, according to a report by the The Lantern student newspaper at Ohio State University.Sheridan recently left his position as an assistant coach with the Ohio State Buckeyes to pursue other opportunities.The 53-year-old served as an assistant coach with the New York Giants from 2005-09, winning a Super Bowl with...

PFT Live: To-do list for the Buccaneers

Mike Florio gives us a Buccaneers offseason “to do list.” Florio discusses their free agents and the need for a good wide receiver. Florio also suggests that the Buccaneers get a veteran quarterback to assist Josh Freeman. Florio also puts former Rutgers running back Ray Rice on the table for the Buccaneers.

Bucs make Sheridan next defensive coordinator

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced Friday that Bill Sheridan has been hired as the team's next defensive coordinator, and that former NFL player Bryan Cox will be joining the coaching staff.

Butch Davis will help Tampa Bay Buccaneers in many ways -- just not coaching

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers hire Bob Bostad away from Pittsburgh Panthers to become offensive line coach<br /><br />

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Bucs add ex-NFL linebacker Cox to defensive staff

Former NFL standout linebacker Bryan Cox will continue his transition into the coaching field with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Bucs coach Schiano encourages local students in message

Greg Schiano pushed for both academic and athletic excellence as the head coach at Rutgers University. He's doing the same as head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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