McCardell Won’t Be The Bucs’ Receivers Coach

January 27th, 2010

Still looking for a wide receivers coach to replace ousted Richard Mann, the Bucs will not turn to Keenan McCardell, who was allegedly in the running and was a guest of Raheem The Dream last summer.

McCardell accepted the same job with the Washington Redskins, so reports BSPN insider Adam Schefter.

Ike Hilliard? Tim Berbenich?

Hilliard, still just 33 years old, was receivers coach for the Florida Tuskers of the UFL in the fall. He talked to the Orlando Sentinel about the experience in November.

Joe knows Hilliard still lives in town at his Westchase home, and he knows the offense and would command respect. Berbenich was the 2009 assistant receivers coach and has paid his dues.

There’s no reason why they couldn’t work together.

3 Responses to “McCardell Won’t Be The Bucs’ Receivers Coach”

  1. JoeBucsSteveCampbell Says:

    So Keenan is working for the evil Bruce Allen, that he hated so much in 2004 for not giving him a contract extension?


  2. OAR Says:

    Steve, that is f’n funny isn’t it? Time heals all wounds, well that and a contract, when your looking for a post playing coaching career.

  3. RustyRhino Says:

    i Think we miss a good coach because as a player he had a issue with the team, crazy!!!