The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are searching for the next head coach after firing Raheem Morris and they have a number of experienced candidates on the table. According to ESPN's Chris Mortensen, the Bucs are looking at Brad Childress, Marty Schotteheimer, Wade Phillips (Houston DC) and Mike Zimmer (Bengals DC). They've also been connected to Mike Sherman and Jerry Gray.
Childress was fired by the Vikings as head coach last season and Schottenheimer hasn't been in the NFL since the Chargers fired him after a 14-2 season. He was the AP NFL coach of the year seven years ago but he is 68 years old. He's reportedly ready to coach again after leading an UFL team last year.
Phillips was previously the Cowboys head coach but was fired before landing with the Texans as defensive coordinator. He's getting another head coaching look for taking the Texans defense from one of the worst in the league to a top five unit.
As SB Nation's Bucs Nation points out, out of this group of candidates, only Zimmer and Gray have no previous head coaching experience in the NFL.