Bruce Arians no longer coaches of Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Ironically, the rather sudden comeback of quarterback legend Brady should have given the last rash for this step – because the 69-year-old Arians was concerned about his successor. “I do not have to win another 15 games to be happy,” Arians said the “Los Angeles Times”, who first reported his decision.

24. March 202239: 26 minutes

ITK # 9: The crazy quarterback carousel in the NFL

BREAKING: Bruce Arians Stepping Down as Buccaneers Head Coach

What’s going on? We are currently experiencing the most craziest offseason of all time in the NFL. Almost every day there are new, spectacular transfers. Twelve NFL teams have already crafted at their quarterback position and invested several million to either bring someone new or bind someone to themselves. This is more than a third of all teams. And Baker Mayfield as well as Jimmy Garoppolo will soon be jumping to the Quarterback Career soon. Is the class of college quarterbacks rinsed through the draft at the end of April, really so thin? Which team from the quarterback talent before Quarterback Talent now only so strugged AFC is currently currently the favorite on the conference title? Who are the winners and losers? André and Michael from the quarterback talent as well as Kucze and Detti from the footballery arrange the youngest player change for you. Just like the Mega Trade of Wide Receiver Tyreek Hill from the Kansas City Chiefs to the Miami Dolphins. The next episode of “Icing the quarterback talent” is available on April 7th.

Itk # 8: Rodgers, Wilson, Wentz: The Iron Deals in the NFL


Itk # 7: So runs the NFL Germany game in Munich


Itk # 6: Rams at the finish! Everything about Super Bowl in LA


Itk # 5: Super Bowl: Key duels, X factors, Keys to Win


Other podcasts

After three years in Tampa and the Super Bowl victory in February 2021 Arians hands over his post at his eleven years of recent assistants, defensive coordinator Todd Bowles. “It’s better to see Todd in a starting position in which he can be successful than he has to accept a bad job,” says Arians.

The Routinian, who celebrated two more championships as an assistant coach in Pittsburgh and trained the Arizona Cardinals between 2013 and 2017, had been pensioned after the upcoming season anyway. A decision on which he had again control again at the present time – that was important to Arians, who will receive the BUC as a consultant.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *