Report: Bucs plan to interview Todd Monken next week

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The Buccaneers plan to interview University of Georgia assistant coach Todd Monken next week for their open offensive coordinator position, Jeanna Laine of ESPN reports.

Monken currently is the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at UGA, a job he has held since 2020.

He was offensive coordinator for the Bucs from 2016-18 before serving as the Browns’ offensive coordinator in 2019.

Monken’s other experience is in the college ranks.

The Bucs fired offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich on Jan. 19, one of nine vacancies they have to fill on their coaching staff for 2023.

They have 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 offensive coordinator opening. The Bucs have requested an interview with Giants quarterbacks coach Shea Tierney.

4 responses to “Report: Bucs plan to interview Todd Monken next week

  1. Still need to fire Todd Bowles. I guess the plan is to hire a real good good OC who can step in as HC once they fire Bowles by week 5 next year, 2023 is a loss season already

  2. Heavily concerned with the lawsuit by Wilks and Flores, Maybe the Bucs are strategizing to get Monken in as OC and fire Bowles a few weeks into next season to promote Monken to HC…

    Bowles is the least deserving of keeping his job after inheriting a high scoring offense and crippling them to barely scoring in each game!

  3. The BUCS are a sinking ship (pun intended). Georgia has a cupcake schedule next year. No way he leaves Georgia while they go for three in a row for this dumpster fire.

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