Tampa, FL – In yet another shocking move in the 2022 NFL offseason, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Head Coach Bruce Arians decided to transition into a front-office role, according to reports by Peter King of NBC Sports and Sam Farmer of the LA Times.

Arians, 69, led the Tampa Buccaneers to their second Super Bowl victory in franchise history 14 months ago but fell just short of a chance to repeat by losing to the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Divisional game. Arians told reporters that his new title would be “senior consultant of football” as they look ahead to next month’s NFL Draft.

Taking Arians’ place as head coach will be Tampa Bay defensive coordinator Todd Bowles. The former New York Jets head coach was the architect of the ferocious defense that held the Kansas City Chiefs to a meager 9 points in Super Bowl LV.

Bowles will be tasked with leading the recently unretired Tom Brady and the Bucs back to Super Bowl glory.


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