Retiring as Coach, Bruce Arians Joins the Buccaneers Front Office

Thursday, March 31, 2022
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After being fired as coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after three seasons‚ Bruce Arians has announced his retirement. The most recent story is the suspension of quarterback Antonio Brown‚ which he served for domestic violence. The former Penn State University player sent threatening text messages to a woman and misrepresented his vaccination status. The NFL has since criticized Arians for his hard-line stance against Brown. Following the news of Arians' retirement‚ Tom Brady tweeted his congratulations. The quarterback thanked the Buccaneers' ownership and community for helping him build a family and a successful career. While Arians' decision was unexpected‚ the public's support for him will be sorely missed. After all‚ he'll now have more time to spend with his family. As a former Temple University player‚ Bruce Arians began thinking about his retirement during the off-season. He has talked with the Glazer family about his future. After he was fired as coach of the Jets‚ Arians served as the defensive coordinator for the Buccaneers and Arizona Cardinals. During his tenure in the NFL‚ he went 24-40 with the Jets. As a senior consultant to the Buccaneers‚ Arians will advise General Manager Jason Licht on the team's strategy and personnel. Despite the fact that the new coach has already been hired‚ there are some questions about his role and his future. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are expected to hold a press conference on Thursday to talk about the move and his new job as a front-office member. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in a period of transition. After Bruce Arians leaves the head coaching position‚ Todd Bowles will take over as the team's offensive coordinator. During his tenure‚ the Buccaneers were the NFL's third-best team in points scored‚ passing yards‚ and first downs. During the season‚ they finished fourth in total yardage and first downs. After the announcement of his retirement‚ Bruce Arians thanked the team and its fans for their support. The Buccaneers will now have more time to spend with their families and work on their offensive line. In addition‚ the NFL's annual meetings were held in Palm Beach‚ Florida‚ where the three men spoke with reporters. During the meetings‚ they did not pose for a group photo. After spending decades in the NFL as a coach‚ Bruce Arians has joined the Buccaneers' front office as a senior football consultant. The retired Arizona native has won two Super Bowls and coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to their second. He is also a part of the organization's coaching staff‚ as he was a key figure in evaluating quarterbacks and evaluating draft prospects. After his retirement‚ Bruce Arians tweeted a lengthy congratulatory message to the Buccaneers.

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Afterwards‚ Arians thanked the community and team for its support. The new coach will not only help the team win the Super Bowl but will also assist the team in the offseason. This is the first coaching transition in the team's history‚ but he will stay with the Buccaneers as a senior football consultant. In addition to being a two-time Associated Press NFL Coach of the Year‚ Arians won the award with the Arizona Cardinals in 2012 and again in 2014. In 2012‚ he was named interim head coach in Indianapolis‚ where he won the Super Bowl with Tom Brady. With a record of 80-48-1 in eight seasons‚ the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' new head coach‚ Todd Bowles‚ will take over for Arians. While Arians is retiring as coach‚ he will continue to serve as an executive in the team's front office. Previously‚ he was the defensive coordinator for the Jets. After four seasons with the Jets‚ he worked as the offensive coordinator for the Panthers and the defensive coordinator for the Cardinals. After his tenure in Arizona‚ he was named defensive co-ordinator with the Buccaneers.