Bucs to Dump Morris After Just One Season?

The Bucs could be the worst team in the league. They have yet to win a game, and today vs the Pack they will turn to rookie QB Josh Freeman to try and jump start a team that has been beaten up week after week.

Now though, there is some rumblings that the team could start over after this year. Word from Fox Sports is that the team may actually look to get rid of Raheem Morris, the rookie coach who has yet to win a game.

Who knows what’s in the future for Buccaneers rookie head coach Raheem Morris? It doesn’t sound like Morris and Bucs GM Mark Dominik are getting along and there are now rumblings that defensive coordinator Jim Bates could be in trouble, too, if Morris is back next season.

Maybe the team should have thought twice before they got rid of Jon Gruden after the collapse of last season.


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One Response to “Bucs to Dump Morris After Just One Season?”

  1. Anup says:

    Right decision. This way they will have first draft, get a stronger head coach and some veteran players who can bring maturity across the team.

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