So in a matter of weeks the Bucs brought back Chucky's playbook and Monte Kiffin's defense. One can't help but wonder, who else might come back? ...Nah, that makes too much sense.
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3 Responses to “Player/Coach For The New Defense?”
I have a boner thinking about the extremely slim possibility of this. Though he has no formal coaching experience, his knowledge of the game is uncanny.
Really though, who of the previous regime would want anything to do with this franchise as they were all run out of town. Though they are the boss, and it’s all business, the Glazers may be the kings of bridge burning. The rumors about tony dungy coming back in some capacity? Are you kidding me? Though he resides in Tampa a portion of the year, i could imagine his response being “fuk you” but in a polite dungy manner.
I don’t care how old he was, or if he didn’t fit in the scheme, Derrick Brooks was the best player in the history of this franchise. He should be on this team and allowed to walk off the field to retire on his own.