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    The Bucs interviewed Packers QBs coach Tom Clements for their head-coaching vacancy on Thursday.


    Tampa Bay interviewed Packers OC Joe Philbin previously. Clements played quarterback at Notre Dame and has been an NFL coordinator. The Bucs have a whopping nine HC candidates and still want to talk to Giants DC Perry Fewell



    Now that Spags is off the market, I hope Fewell stays!
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    Do we have any other choices

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    [quote user="MikeIsaGiant"]Do we have any other choices[/quote]




    Not on this current staff imo. It poses a big dilemma now that Spags is in New Orleans. If Fewell goes what guy is brought in? Doubtful that promoting within will occur. They learned their lesson with the Sheridan debacle.

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    Juan Castillo is always an option

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    [quote user="repeatchamps"]

    [quote user="MikeIsaGiant"]Do we have any other choices[/quote]




    Not on this current staff imo. It poses a big dilemma now that Spags is in New Orleans. If Fewell goes what guy is brought in? Doubtful that promoting within will occur. They learned their lesson with the Sheridan debacle.

    [/quote]They also learned the hard way with Ray Handley.
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    And though his defense is now arguably playing better than ever, its notable struggles during the regular season may have scared franchises with head coaching vacancies away from making him a top candidate. But thatís the last thing on Fewellís mind right now.




    ďIím just trying to keep the job I have,Ē said Fewell, who is in his second year as the Giantsí defensive coordinator. ďIím happy not to see my name in print sometimes, so I donít know. Iíve been focusing on the job at hand and that hasnít been a concern for me.Ē




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    Pepper Johnson.

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    Rooney Rule

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    [quote user="scf424"]Rooney Rule[/quote]I don't think Fewell will be used here just to fulfill the Rooney Rule this time. I'm sure the Bucs FO is impressed with how this defense has turned it around as of late and they do recall how good it was in 2010.

    If Fewell leaves us, it could be a big blow unless we find a replacement nearly as good.
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    1. Anthony Barr, Defensive End, UCLA
    2. Marcus Martin, Center Guard, USC
    3. Anthony Johnson, Defensive Nostril Tackle, LSU
    4. Marcel Jensen, Offensive End, Fresno State
    5. Wesley Johnson, Offensive Any Guard, Vanderbilt
    5. Aaron Colvin, Defensive Halfback, Oklahoma
    6. Storm Johnson, Guy Who Runs With Football, UCF

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    Re: Fewell to Bucs?

    [quote user="Tuckit91"]



    The Bucs interviewed Packers QBs coach Tom Clements for their head-coaching vacancy on Thursday.


    Tampa Bay interviewed Packers OC Joe Philbin previously. Clements played quarterback at Notre Dame and has been an NFL coordinator. The Bucs have a whopping nine HC candidates and still want to talk to Giants DC Perry Fewell

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    Now that Spags is off the market, I hope Fewell stays!
    [/quote]Old news.. Several threads on this subject. From what I heard KG also has teams interested in talking to him
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