Brad Childress Says It’s a “Wait and See” Game Following Bucs Interview

Former Vikings head coach Brad Childress spoke to the Bucs on Monday, and says that he’s happy for now at least to be a coach in the East-West Shrine game.

“I feel a little like a migrant worker — I’m going where the work is,” said Childress who will coach in the East-West Shrine Game for college all-stars on Jan. 21 at Tropicana Field.

“All I know right now is that I’ll be working (in the Bay area) next week,” Childress said. “We’ll have to wait and see about the week after that and the week after that.”

Childress, a former quarterbacks coach (1999-2002) and offensive coordinator (2003-2005) with the Eagles, said he thinks the Bucs have some “good pieces,” including quarterback Josh Freeman.

The Bucs met with former Browns, Chiefs, Redskins, and Chargers head man Marty Schottenheimer Tuesday. He’s the 4th possible solution to who will be coaching the Bucs in 2012.

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