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Speculation is that Tenessee has not granted permission to Gray to interview, we will see.@jwyattsports: Tampa Bay plans to interview #Titans DC Jerry Gray for their h.c job, reports St. Petersburg Times. TB hasn’t asked for permission yet tho
Quote from: Beatles123 on January 03, 2012, 04:31:47 PMBump!We know Fisher is coming in now.Link?...from the nfl.com article:“Everything I’m hearing points toward them going in a different direction,” La Canfora said. “Looking for someone more experienced, with an NFL pedigree, with some wins under his belt, playoff experience at this level.”[pretty specific]...from the Fox Sports article:According to FOX Sports, other reported options for the Buccaneers include:- Former Green Bay Packers and Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman - Super Bowl winning coach Brian Billick - Super Bowl winning coach Bill Cowher - Current Oregon coach Chip Kelly - Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski - Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey[Only half "more experienced, with an NFL pedigree, with some wins under his belt, playoff experience at this level"]
Bump!We know Fisher is coming in now.
can Mularkey meet with the Bucs before the Falcon's season is over? Is there a league rule or is it up to Atlanta?
Gray is more than just a "Rooney Rule" qualifier. The guy is more of a Gregg Williams guy. He was defensive Coordinator of a Bills defense that was top in the league. He was part of the staff when the Titans had the best defense in the league in 1999 and 2000. He has really helped their defense. They had the 2nd youngest defense in the league but were in the Top 10 as far as giving up points.