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Buccaneers Interview Former Cardinals Head Coach Bruce Arians for HC Opening

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One of the most popular coaching candidates on the market was in Tampa on Saturday chatting with the Buccaneers about their opening at the head coaching position.

That candidates is Bruce Arians a coach who many Bucs fans seem to feel would be a great fit for the franchise, and the 66-year-old has said that the Bucs along with Cleveland are the only two spots he’d have interest in coming out of retirement for.

Arians coached part of one season for the Indianapolis Colts, going 9-3, and then for the next five years was the head coach in Arizona before retiring after the 2017 season with a mark of 8-8.

In his time as a head coach, Arians went 49-30-1, and led Arizona to the NFC Title game after the 2015 season in which the Cards went 13-3, but they lost their bid to Super Bowl 50 with a loss to the Carolina Panthers.

It’s not known if the Bucs made Arians a formal offer, or if one if coming in the near future.

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