The Buccaneers fired offensive-line coach Pete Mangurian on Friday. The firing reportedly was because of Mangurian's abrasive style and his not getting along with players.
According to PewterReport.com, Mangurian's style didn't mesh well with players and even with other coaches.
The Bucs had a 10-6 record in 2010 and had nine different offensive linemen start because of injuries.
The way we see it
Mangurian was in his 19th year coaching in the NFL and, per the report, the Bucs could get a more energetic assistant similar to their young head coach, Raheem Morris.