The Buccaneers have added one more piece to their coaching staff, announcing Saturday that George Warhop would be their new offensive line coach, taking over for Bob Bostad.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced today that they have named George Warhop offensive line coach.
Warhop joins the Buccaneers after five seasons with Cleveland (2009-13) as the offensive line coach. While with the Browns, Warhop coached tackle Joe Thomas to the Pro Bowl and All-Pro team each season. Warhop also helped center Alex Mack to an all-rookie selection in 2009, while also earning a 2010 Pro Bowl berth.
Prior to joining Cleveland, Warhop spent four seasons with San Francisco (2005-08), helping running Frank Gore record three-consecutive 1,000-yard seasons, including a franchise-record 1,695 in 2006. Warhop joined the 49ers after two seasons with Dallas (2003-04), where he helped tackle Flozell Adams and guard Larry Allen earn Pro Bowl berths each year.
Warhop got his start in the NFL as an assistant offensive line coach with St. Louis (1996-97) before becoming the offensive line coach in Arizona (1998-2002). Before entering the NFL, Warhop spent 11 seasons as a collegiate coach at Kansas (1984-86), Vanderbilt (1987-89), New Mexico (1990-91), Southern Methodist (1993) and Boston College (1994-95). Warhop also spent two seasons as a coach for the London Monarchs in NFL Europe (1991-92).
A center at the University of Cincinnati, Warhop got his start in coaching as a student assistant at his alma mater in 1983.– Courtesy of the Buccaneers Communications Department
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