By Buccaneers Gab
After being spurned by Oregon head coach Chip Kelly, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will have a second interview with former Green Bay Packers head coach Mike Sherman, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Including a 2-4 record in the post-season, the 57-year-old Sherman was 59-43 in his six seasons (2000-05) as the head coach of the Green Bay Packers. Sherman spent two seasons as an assistant with the Houston Texans before taking over the Texas A&M program in 2008. Sherman has also coached tight ends with the Packers (1997-98) and was the Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator in 1999.
In addition to Sherman, the Buccaneers have interviewed longtime NFL assistants/coordinators such as Jerry Gray (Tennessee Titans), Mike Zimmer (Cincinnati Bengals), Rob Chudzinkski (Carolina Panthers), Joe Philbin and Tom Clements of the Packers, as well as fellow former NFL head coaches Marty Schottenheimer and Brad Childress.