Arians hire in Tampa improves late draft pick for Cardinals

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Ever since the Jon Gruden era fizzled out, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been despite for a true identity and a winning culture.

Bruce Arians is happy to pick up the pieces.

The Bucs recently fired head coach Dirk Koetter after three seasons with the team.

- The Buccaneers' next head coach will be Bruce Arians, according to multiple reports.

Jason Licht previously worked with the Cardinals during the tenure of Arians.

Arians, 66, is a two-time National Football League coach of the year with a background coaching quarterbacks, including Peyton Manning, Ben Roethlisberger and Carson Palmer.

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After four mostly very bad seasons in New York, Jets fans are glad to see former head coach Todd Bowles go. A two-time coach of the year with a background coaching quarterbacks, he stepped down as the Arizona head coach after a five-year run that saw him post a 49-30-1 record.

Arians has had a number of health scares.

Arians will inherit an explosive Tampa Bay offense loaded with young talent, but he's also bringing some much-needed help for one of the league's most chronically disappointing defenses.

It's a reunion of their time together in Arizona, where Bowles was Arians' defensive coordinator with the Cardinals from 2013-14.

With Arians, that's exactly what the Bucs are getting.

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