TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Raheem Morris insists he isn’t worried about job security.
The coach of the struggling Tampa Bay Buccaneers reiterated Monday that his young team is not a finished product and that he remains focused on doing whatever he can to end a seven-game skid that’s ensured the club of a losing record for the second time in three seasons under Morris.
The collapse following a 4-2 start that included wins over NFC South rivals New Orleans and Atlanta has created speculation about whether ownership might consider a coaching change only a year after Morris appeared to have the NFL’s youngest team headed in the right direction.
The Bucs (4-9) face Dallas (7-6) at home Saturday night, then close the season with trips to Carolina and Atlanta.
Source: Fred Goodall – AP