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Philbin interviewing with Bucs today

Nov. 6, 2013
 
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Joe Philbin is interviewing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' head-coaching position  today, multiple  NFL sources said, and remains on the three-man short list for the Miami Dolphins' head-coaching job as well. Philbin, the Packers' offensive coordinator, is in Tampa today. He's had two interviews with the Dolphins -- the second was Wednesday in New York with owner Stephen Ross -- as have the two other candidates: Mike McCoy, the Denver Broncos' offensive coordinator, and Todd Bowles, who was the Dolphins' interim coach to finish last season. Multiple reports say the Dolphins will choose their coach from among those three. Philbin is one of several candidates who have interviewed with the Bucs.  The others are former NFL coaches Mike Sherman, Brad Childress and Marty Schottenheimer, along with Tennessee defensive coordinator Jerry Gray, Cincinnati defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer and Carolina offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski. The Bucs also have been granted an interview with Tom Clements, the Packers' quarterbacks coach.  

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