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Sports Day Tampa Bay: Bucs QB coach Clyde Christensen on Jameis Winston, relationships and turnovers

As he begins his second tenure as a Tampa Bay Buccaneers assistant coach, Clyde Christensen talks about his newest pupil and balancing coaching and relationships.
Bucs quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen is starting his second tenure with the franchise, having served as tight ends coach and quarterbacks coach from 1996-2000. (AP Photo)
Published Jun. 24

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