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Bucs talking to Pats assistant Pete Mangurian
Posted Jan 23, 2009 by Ira Kaufman
Updated Jan 23, 2009 at 03:57 PM
Patriots tight ends coach Pete Mangurian, the head coach at Cornell when Raheem Morris led the Big Red secondary a decade ago, is talking to Morris about joining the Buccaneer staff.
Mangurian, 53, has coached New England’s tight ends for the past four seasons. He served as Atlanta’s offensive coordinator in 2003 and coached the offensive line for the 2002 Falcons.
Morris, elevated to Tampa Bay’s head coach a week ago, coached the Cornell secondary and assisted on special teams in 1999. Mangurian served as Cornell’s head coach from 1998-2000.
The Bucs named Jim Bates defensive coordinator on Thursday and Morris is interviewing candidates for several other staff openings, including offensive coordinator, offensive line coach and tight ends coach.
Mangurian is not considered a candidate for the offensive coordinator position in Tampa.