Found January 02, 2012 on Seattle Times:
Two NFL coaches were fired at the end of their third seasons — St. Louis' Steve Spagnuolo and Tampa Bay's Raheem Morris.

Spagnuolo thanks Rams for giving him a shot

ST. LOUIS - A day after he was fired as St. Louis Rams coach, Steve Spagnuolo took the high road. In a statement issued by the team, Spagnuolo thanked his players and assistant coaches for their dedication, the owners for giving him a shot and the fans for their support. Though the Rams were just 2-14 last season and 10-38 in his three seasons, Spagnuolo believes a solid foundation...

Bucs fire Raheem Morris, entire coaching staff after late-season collapse

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have confirmed the firing of third-year head coach Raheem Morris, a move that was first reported on Monday morning by several sources. After a 4-2 start to the 2011 season, the Buccaneers completely collapsed down the stretch, losing their last 10 games and looking absolutely non-competitive in their last few games. According to Pewter Report, the Bucs have...

Bucs' Glazer: We'll spend whatever it takes to win

Bucs co-chairman Joel Glazer said the entire organization is responsible for the 4-12 season and vowed to spend 'whatever it takes to win.' During a news conference Monday to discuss the firing of coach Raheem Morris, Glazer said the Bucs ownership and front office shared in the failures that led to a 10-game losing streak to end the 2011 season. He also responded to...

Morris plans to keep coaching Tampa Bay

Raheem Morris is ready to start the offseason and help the Tampa Bay Buccaneers turn things around.

Raheem Morris Fired, Bucs Players React

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have fired Raheem Morris and his entire staff. After leading the young Bucs to a 10-6 season last year, Morris struggled to repeat the same success, as Tampa lost its final 10 games this season. Here is the tweet from Schefter: #bbpBox_153881570573422602 a { text-decoration:none; color:#0099B9; }#bbpBox_153881570573422602...

Rams wrap up season with questions lingering

ST. LOUIS An offseason of unknowns began with a handshake. The final seconds ticked toward his 38th loss in 48 games as the St. Louis Rams' embattled coach, and Steve Spagnuolo paced his sideline searching for players to greet. He walked to his left and found long snapper Jake McQuaide and punter Donnie Jones. Then he jogged near midfield and wrapped his left arm around San...

Rams general manager Devaney officially out in St. Louis

The Rams are officially cleaning house. The team announced Monday that G.M. Billy Devaney is out, in addition to coach Steve Spagnuolo. “I would like to personally thank Steve and Billy for their dedication to the St. Louis Rams organization over the past several seasons,” said Rams owner E. Stan Kroenke in a team statement.…

Buccaneers Fire Raheem Morris

According to Jay Glazer of Fox Sports,  the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have fired head coach Raheem Morris and his staff.  General manager Mark Domenik’s job is safe,  he’s not going anywhere. We just mentioned earlier today,  that the Buccaneers are one of the teams that are interested in former Ohio State head coach Jim Tressel,  [...]

Spags reportedly will be fired by Rams 

THE REVIVAL OF the Giants defense may have come just in time for Perry Fewell. It won’t happen now, but if the Giants had wanted to change defensive coordinators after watching the unit slip to 28th in the rankings before Sunday night, they likely soon would have had a reason. Steve Spagnuolo, the popular former Giants defensive coordinator, will reportedly soon be fired by the St. Louis Rams.
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