Will Yoder
Saturday February 11th, 2012

The New York Giants quaterback coach Mike Sullivan will be interviewing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive coordinator position, according to ESPN’s Rachel Nichols.

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He could be joining new Bucaneers head coach Greg Schiano.  Sullivan was the Giants’ wide receiver coach from 2004-09 and then became Eli Manning’s coach when Chris Palmer left for the UFL. This year under Sullivan, Manning threw for 4,933 yards, a franchise record, and had a 61 percent completion rate.

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