Bucs Fire Offensive Coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski 10 Days Before Season Starts

Tampa Bay makes the curious decision to dismiss their offensive coordinator on the cusp of the regular season. Jagodzinski has now been fired twice in one offseason. Which must be some sort of record.

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Firing May Have Been Months in the Making

According to Chris Mortensen (so take it with a grain of salt):

The firing of Bucs OC Jeff Jagodzinski may seem abrupt but there have been rumblings back to off-season workouts that all was not kosher.

The urge to replace Jagodzinski may have been further enhanced by the fact that Greg Olson, the man replacing him, has been an O.C. in the NFL for the Lions and Rams. Not to mention he was reportedly offered two O.C. gigs during the offseason, but was denied permission to pursue them by the Bucs.

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