The Buccaneers moved swiftly to replace Rich Bisaccia, who left to become the Chargers' special-teams coach. According to PewterReport.com, assistant DB coach Dwayne Stukes will be the team's special-teams coach.
Stukes was an assistant special-teams coach in 2008 and has been with the club since 2006. 2009 was his first year as assistant DB coach.
"This organization and our players are excited to have coach Stukes in this role," said general manager Mark Dominik. "For the past five years Coach Stukes has aided in the preparation and development of our young players. He's ready for this opportunity."