New head coach Dirk Koetter’s staff is full.
The Buccaneers announced Monday that Brett Maxie will serve as their defensive backs coach next season.
According to a team press release, Maxie comes to Tampa Bay after spending the past two seasons at Vanderbilt, working as the secondary coach (2014) and cornerbacks coach (2015). Prior to his time at Vanderbilt, Maxie spent two seasons with the Tennessee Titans (2012-13), serving as the defensive backs coach.
Maxie worked with current Buc Alterraun Verner during his time with the Titans, helping the corner reach his first and only Pro Bowl in 2013.
Maxie also spent three seasons as the Dallas Cowboys’ defensive backs coach from 2008-11.
Prior to his coaching career, Maxie spent 13 seasons in the NFL as a player. While starting 104 of 153 games played, he compiled 588 tackles, 81 passes defensed, 23 interceptions (300 return yards, three touchdowns) and four sacks. He entered the league as a college free agent with the New Orleans Saints, where he played from 1985-93, before stints with the Atlanta Falcons (1994), Carolina Panthers (1995-96) and San Francisco 49ers (1997). Following the 1999 season Maxie began his coaching career with the Panthers, working as quality control/defensive backs coach (1998). He then worked with the 49ers as assistant defensive secondary coach (1999-2001) and defensive backs coach (2002-03) before joining the Falcons as the defensive backs coach (2004-06) and the Miami Dolphins as the secondary/safeties coach (2007).
2016 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Coaching Staff
Dirk Koetter – Head Coach
Nate Kaczor – Special Teams Coordinator
Todd Monken – Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers
Mike Smith – Defensive Coordinator
Mike Bajakian – Quarterbacks
Butch Barry – Assistant Offensive Line
Dave Borgonzi – Defensive Quality Control
Mark Duffner – Linebackers
Jon Embree – Tight Ends
Jay Hayes – Defensive Line
Jon Hoke – Secondary
Dave Kennedy – Head Strength & Conditioning
Brett Maxie – Defensive Backs
Carlos Polk – Assistant Special Teams
Tim Spencer – Running Backs
Paul Spicer – Assistant Defensive Line
Ben Steele – Offensive Quality Control
Joe Vaughn – Assistant Strength & Conditioning
Chad Wade – Assistant Strength & Conditioning
George Warhop – Run Game Coordinator/Offensive Line
Andrew Weidinger – Assistant Wide Receivers/Game Management
Zack Grossi – Assistant to the Head Coach
Oh boy, a whole new coaching staff. Why do we folks in the media and fans like this turnover every other year?
Because you had a head coach that ( after losing his hand picked Offensive Coordinator due to ? Conflict?) kept an totally incapable college Qb coach as his offensive coordinator his hole first year and repeated numerous times he didn’t think it was necessary to bring in an experienced OC , not even in an advisory role!!! Was that a prudent decision for the players, the fans, the ownership ; Seriously, not a chance this happens with any coach in the NFL but ole Lovie .Trust me at that pointe the Glazers were aware change was needed.The second year was a repeat of the same stubborness and inability to coach to the strengths of his team!!! I think the Glazers are smart enough to see a trend that isn’t helping their company and the fans. I gotta say if Schiano didn’t embarass them league wide with some of his ridiculous end of game ASS ctoons he would still be here !! I assure you Schiano won’t ever pull those repeated stunts again if ever given another chance in the NFL !!! That’s Why !! BTW The Glazers are on the hook for 15 mil due to these two ass clowns and I’m sure there was plenty of incentive not to let Lovie go . That and the rest of the leagues interest in Lovie ( none) ought to tell you something . That’s Why !!!
Arizonajoe….you must not have watched any games this past season cause like 76Buc said….they sucked as coaches!!
Because the previous guys sucked.
oh boy, lovies kids did such a great job with the secondary, didnt they?
That’s a lot of coaches. The sooner these guys can speak as one, the better our team can become following their guidance. What is the difference between Jon Hoke “Secondary” and Brett Maxie “Defensive Backs”?
I think it’s a nice way of saying he’s Hokes assistant.
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