Former Bucs head coach Raheem Morris won’t be out of work for long.
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports that Morris met with the Vikings Thursday about a “high level” defensive coaching job. Morris also met with the Redskins Wednesday about a defensive backs coach job.
The Vikings have to call it a “high level” job and not “defensive coordinator” because Fred Pagac is still in place as defensive coordinator. Pagac and other defensive staffers that Brad Childress hired in Minnesota were expected to be let go this offseason, but it hasn’t happened yet.
Morris and Leslie Frazier both come from the Tony Dungy coaching tree, although they have never coached together. In fact, Morris has never coached with an NFL organization other than the Bucs where he started in 2002.