Just days after Tampa Bay’s 31-9 victory over Kansas City in Super Bowl LV, the Buccaneers are expected to lose their first assistant coach to another team. According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell will be hiring offensive assistant Antwaan Randle El to be the Lions wide receivers coach.
The #Lions are expected to hire Antwaan Randle El as their wide receivers coach, source said. Randle El, the longtime NFL receiver, just finished a Super Bowl run as an offensive assistant with the #Bucs.
Randle El joined Arians’ staff in Tampa Bay in 2019 and played wide receiver in Pittsburgh from 2002-05 and in 2010 for head coach Bruce Arians when he was the Steelers offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach. Randle El worked with Bucs wide receivers coach Kevin Garver over the past two seasons.
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