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Assistant coaches dismissed by Tampa Bay Bucs

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Bucs assistants also swept out

In addition to head coach Raheem Morris, here are the other Bucs coaches who were dismissed Monday:

Greg Olson, offensive coordinator

Alex Van Pelt, quarterbacks

Eric Yarber, wide receivers

Steve Logan, running backs

Alfredo Roberts, tight ends

Pat Morris, offensive line

Grady Stretz, defensive line

Keith Millard, defensive line

Joe Baker, linebackers

Jimmy Lake, defensive backs

Dwayne Stukes, special teams

Kurtis Shultz, strength and conditioning

Tim Holt, asst. offensive line

Tim Berbenich, asst. wide receivers

Jay Kaiser, assistant to the head coach

Chris Keenan, asst. strength and conditioning

Tyrone Pettaway, asst. linebackers

Byron Storer, asst. special teams

Assistant coaches dismissed by Tampa Bay Bucs 01/02/12 [Last modified: Monday, January 2, 2012 7:28pm]
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