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Bucs coaching staff includes new linebackers coach

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February

The Bucs finally released their revamped 2013 coaching staff today, confirming a number of previously reported moves but also revealing a few new ones.

Among the previously unknown changes is the hiring of new linebackers coach Robb Smith, the defensive coordinator and secondary coach at Rutgers last season. Smith replaces Bob Fraser, who now carries the title of assistant defensive coordinator. Smith has coached linebackers as well as special teams at Rutgers, where he worked for Bucs coach Greg Schiano.

The Bucs also changed the title of defensive assistant Bryan Cox, giving him the role of pass-rush specialist. Cox served as front-seven coach in 2012.

The Bucs had made a series of changes to their staff over the past month, all of which were confirmed in today’s release. Those included the hiring of quarterbacks coach John McNulty, secondary coach Tony Oden, receivers coach John Garrett and special teams coach Dave Wannstedt.

Here’s the Bucs’ full list of coaches

Greg Schiano, head coach

Brian Angelichio, tight ends

Bob Bostad, offensive line

Jay Butler, strength and conditioning

Earnest Byner, running back

Bryan Cox, pass rush specialist

Bob Fraser, assistant defensive coordinator

Phil Galiano, assistant special teams

John Garrett, receivers

Bob Gilmartin, assistant strength and conditioning

Jeff Hafley, secondary-safeties

Steve Loney, assistant offensive line

Tem Lukabu, defensive assistant

Kevin MacConnell, director of football operations

Ben McDaniels, offensive assistant

John McNulty, quarterbacks

Randy Melvin, defensive line

Tony Oden, secondary-cornerbacks

Jimmy Raye, senior offensive assistant

Bill Sheridan, defensive coordinator

Robb Smith, linebackers

Mike Sullivan, offensive coordinator

Joe Vaughn, assistant strength and conditioning

Dave Wannstedt, special teams coordinator

[Last modified: Thursday, February 7, 2013 12:50pm]

    

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