Mike Sherman is having his second interview with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers today for their vacant head coaching position, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
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Sherman previously served as the head coach of the Green Bay Packers from 2000-2005. For the past three years he had been the head coach for Texas A&M.
The 57-year-old led Green Bay to a 57-39 overall record but was fired in 2005 after a 4-12 season. It was Sherman’s first losing season in Green Bay. He had led Texas A&M to a 25-25 overall record in four seasons with the squad, and was fired this December after the Aggies posted a 6-6 record. The head coaching position in Tampa Bay became vacant after the club made the decision to fire Raheem Morris after just three years on the job. Morris lead the Buccaneers to a 10-6 record in 2010, but the team regressed in 2011 finishing just 4-12.