Posts Tagged ‘doug williams’

Former Bucs Scouting Director Doug Williams Slams the Team

After six years in the Buccaneers front office, serving as the team’s scouting director, Doug Williams left the organization last May to be the general manager of the UFL’s Virginia Destroyers. The former Redskins quarterback, who is best remembered for being the first African American to line up under center in a Super Bowl, has […]

More changes coming for the Bucs front office?

A day after it came out that Doug Williams was leaving the Bucs, there’s rumors now that there will be more changes coming in the front office: It’s not exactly expected to be a housecleaning, but Tuesday’s news that Doug Williams is leaving the Bucs’ front office likely won’t be the only move. General manager […]

Doug Williams leaving the Bucs

Pewter Report says that director of pro personnel Doug Williams is gone from the club effective immediately. The loss of Williams is going to hurt the team, but it’s not too much of a shock with the team moving in another direction. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and director of pro personnel Doug Williams have mutually […]

Friday Morning News and Notes

The Buccs signed Doug Williams to a one year contract extension as the clubs director of pro personnel. Cadillac Williams, Antonio Bryant and Jimmy Wilkerson have all expressed their desire to come back and play for Tampa. Wilkerson and Williams have made strong cases to be returners to Tampa this year. And Bryant, although who’s […]

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, 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 Will Present Super Bowl Trophy

On the 20th anniversary of winning the big game, Bucs executive Doug Williams will present the Lombardi Trophy to the winning Super Bowl team in Arizona.  Williams became the first African-American quarterback to win the Super Bowl two decades ago when he led the Redskins to a win over the Broncos in Super Bowl 22.