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With the hiring of Greg Schiano from Rutgers, don't be too suprised if winning is not that far away for the Bucs franchise. The reason being he is a perfect fit for the Bucs locker room. The lockerroom fell apart midseason this past year, and while no one really knows why, its clear something happened and Raheem Morris and his staff were unable to correct the steering. The Bucs went off the road.But now a new coach who is relatively young, yet is a no-nonsense guy, will work with the Bucs kids who are not that much older than the 'kids' he's been working with at Rutgers. He will be a teacher, and a motivator, and a disciplinarian, all together, which is what a team that gives up 42 points in the first half of a game needs. Surely by now we all realize the Bucs are not as bad as their 45-26 loss to the Falcons in their last game. They may not be as good as their 10-6 season of 2010, or maybe they were. The Bucs lost a lot of leadership going from 2010 to 2011, and t...
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Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier was pleased to introduce Indianapolis Colts defensive backs coach Alan Williams as his new defensive coordinator last week, but it turns out Williams may not have been Frazier's first choice.
The Washington Post is reporting that former Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris turned down an offer to become Minnesota's defensive coordinator...
Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris said he turned down an offer to become defensive coordinator of the Vikings because he had already verbally committed to the Washington Redskins.
It doesn’t take long to spot new Washington Redskins defensive backs Raheem Morris on the field down here at this week’s Senior Bowl practices.
While the South team’s defensive backs ran through drills, the 35-year-old Morris barked out instructions almost non-stop. Later, during seven-on-seven drills with defensive backs making plays against receivers, Morris bounded around...
Raheem Morris, the Redskins’ new defensive backs coach, turned down an offer to become the Minnesota Vikings’ defensive coordinator because he had verbally accepted the position with Washington a day earlier and didn’t want to go back on his word.
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Principles are all well and good, but new Redskins defensive coordinator Raheem Morris might want to re-examine his recent career choice.
Mike Sherman is looking like the guy the Bucs will hire but at this point the coach who will be hired isn't the story. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-US PRESSWIRE
TAMPA — This week on ‘Keeping Up with the Glazers’: The brothers twiddle their thumbs about hiring a new coach, make a surprise offer and drama ensues. (Cue: tables kicking over, screaming, chasing). Their candidate...
Rutgers University athletics has a big change on their hands. Head Coach of the Rutgers football program, Greg Schiano, has officially been hired to head to his first season as an NFL head coach. He will take over for Raheem Morris as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach.
Morris was fired after leading the Bucs to a 4-12 season. Schiano is under a 5 year deal with the team.
" I don't want people to be worried we're not going to spend in free agency..."There you have it; in Black and White! Mark Dominik, General Manager of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, has said so in front of the press in those exact words; "We're going to do it in free agency, I dont want people to be worried we're not going to spend in free agency."...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers hired Greg Schiano as their new head
coach Thursday, more than three weeks after firing Raheem Morris
following a 4-12 finish.
After backing an Armored truck up to Chip Kelly’s front door, only to receive a polite refusal, the Tampa Bay Bucaneers look like they’ve finally found their man. It was once again at the college level but this time it was at the oposite end of the country.
Greg Schiano has agreed to become the next head coach of the Bucs, replacing Raheem Morris, who -after as promising finish...
---Rutgers coach Greg Schiano plans to leave the program he has led for the past 11 seasons to accept the same job with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to an ESPN report.
The report indicates the two sides are finalizing details after the met Wednesday for the second time since the Bucs fired Raheem Morris following a 4-12 season.
The news comes one week before National Signing...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are counting on Greg Schiano to lead them back to respectability and transform Tampa Bay into consistent winners -- much the same as he did at Rutgers. Schiano was hired Thursday, more than three weeks after the firing of Raheem Morris after a 4-12 season.