Bucs set to interview Shea Tierney for offensive coordinator

NFL: JAN 23 NFC Divisional Round - Rams at Buccaneers
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Giants quarterbacks coach Shea Tierney has landed on the Buccaneers’ list of offensive coordinator candidates.

Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports that Tierney will interview for the vacancy that the Bucs created when they fired Byron Leftwich in the wake of their playoff loss to the Cowboys.

Tierney just finished his first season with the Giants. He worked under Giants head coach Brian Daboll as the assistant quarterbacks coach in Buffalo and as an offensive analyst at the University of Alabama. He also spent three years as an analyst and intern with the Eagles early in his coaching career.

The Bucs have also interviewed Jaguars passing game coordinator Jim Bob Cooter, Vikings wide receivers coach Keenan McCardell, and Broncos passing game coordinator/quarterbacks coach Klint Kubiak for the opening.

1 responses to “Bucs set to interview Shea Tierney for offensive coordinator

  1. Tom Brady brought a winning attitudes and a Superbowl to Tampa. His first season started with idiotic coaching and some of the dumbest fouls I’ve ever seem. His presence and ability brought stability to what looked like an out of control team. Brady was able to calm the team down and instill a winning culture and the players bought in. The result was a Superbowl.
    Unfortunately with the exception of a few players the hunger and the hard work necessary to repeat was lost. Most players are happy with a Superbowl ring in their resume and player history. Brady has an incredible hunger for excellence and will never settle for complacency, that’s what makes him special. a
    7 time winner and the Goat.

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