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Posted by ESPN.com's Pat Yasinskas
The Buccaneers don't have an offensive coordinator yet, but they do have a new offensive line coach.
Pewter Report is reporting the Bucs have hired former New England offensive line coach Pete Mangurian to supervise their offensive line. That's a unit that probably is the strongest area of Tampa Bay's offense with solid young players such as Davin Joseph, Aaron Sears and Jeremy Trueblood still on the rise.
New coach Raheem Morris is expected to make a decision on a coordinator in the next few days. The Bucs will interview Cincinnati quarterbacks coach Ken Zampese and are believed to have an interest in Kansas City's Chan Gailey.