Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Report: Former Bucs coach Morris meeting with Vikings
TAMPA - The demand for former Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris appears to be growing. A day after he reportedly met with Washington Redskins officials to talk about a job on their staff, Morris was on his way to Minnesota to meet with the Vikings about a possible position there, an ESPN report said. The report, cited unnamed team and league sources, said Morris may be in line for a top-level post, either a defensive coordinator's job or an assistant head coach/defense position. Morris was fired by the Bucs on Monday after he completed a three-year run as head coach in which the Bucs were 17-31 overall, including 10 straight losses to end the 2011 season.