Bucs Promote Williams to Coordinator of Pro Scouting

The Bucs made a move today with former Super Bowl MVP and now their new coordinator of pro scouting – Doug Williams. Here is the report from, ProFootballTalk.com

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have announced that former Bucs quarterback Doug Williams has been promoted to the position of Coordinator of Pro Scouting.

Per a news release, Williams’ duties will include “coordinating the scouting and recruiting of all NFL players, while also monitoring NFL transactions and overseeing player tryouts.” Williams also will be responsible for the team’s “evaluating efforts of all other professional football leagues, including the Canadian Football League.”

Williams joined the franchise in 2004. He previously served as head coach at Grambling.

Twenty-one years ago, Williams became the first African-American quarterback to win a Super Bowl, leading the Redskins out of a 10-point first-quarter deficit against the Broncos with six unanswered touchdowns.

The team also announced the several additions to Raheem Morris’ coaching staff.

Joe Baker is the new defensive backs coach, Robert Nunn will serve as defensive line coach, Kurtis Shultz has been promoted to head strength and conditioning coach, Dwayne Stukes will work as assistant defensive backs coach, and Chris Keenan will work as assistant strength and conditioning coach.

Nunn will work with defensive line coach Todd Wash, giving the Bucs two coaches for the two defensive tackle and two defensive end spots.


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