Bucs' front office getting a long look

January, 5, 2009
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Posted by ESPN.com's Pat Yasinskas

There might be bigger names out there (see Scott Pioli), but, according to Pewter Report, the Kansas City Chiefs have their eye on Tampa Bay personnel exectuve Mark Dominik for their general manager role.

Dominik, 37, might not have the flashiest résumé. But he's been with the Bucs for 14 years and his power has steadily grown. Dominik also has some ties to the Kanas City area. Even if Dominick doesn't get the Kansas City job, don't be surprised if his name starts surfacing in other places. Dominik is viewed as a rising star around the league.

Dominick might not be the only young star leaving he Bucs. Defensive coordinator Raheeem Morris is interviewing today with the Broncos for the head coaching job. There are also some rumblings that Tampa Bay personnel executive Doug Williams' contract is up and he could be getting attention from around the league.

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ESPN Tampa Bay Buccaneers reporter

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