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January 14, 2010 @ 3:12 am
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Williams Interviews For USF Job

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Tampa Bay coordinator of pro scouting Doug Williams interviewed USF head coaching job earlier this week, according to several reports. Williams coached at Grambling State from 1998-2003 before re-joining the team. In other news, Bucs WRs coach Richard Mann received permission to interview with the Redskins.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in the process of determining who is staying, who is coming and who is going in terms of their front office and coaching staff.

One situation the Bucs are monitoring is that of Doug Williams, who reportedly interviewed for USF's head coaching job earlier this week.

Williams, who holds the title of coordinator of pro scouting with Tampa Bay, served as Grambling State's head coach from 1998-2003 before re-joining the Bucs in 2004.

It appears as though USF is heavily targeting East Carolina head caoch Skip Holtz to fill the position with the Bulls.

The Bucs also have an eye on wide receivers coach Richard Mann, who was given permission by Tampa Bay to interview with the Washington Redskins later this week, according to the St. Pete Times.

More changes are expected to come on Tampa Bay's coaching staff. Defensive line coach Robert Nunn and defensive backs coach Joe Baker are unlikely to return. There is also a chance offensive line coach Pete Mangurian will be let go.


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