The Buccaneers have seen enough from head coach Dirk Koetter to retain him for the 2018 season, according to the Tampa Bay Times.
Sources informed NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport of the decision.
That's according to the Tampa Bay Times.
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This falls in line with previous reports on the Bucs interest in Gruden.
That doesn't mean Koetter won't have potential hurdles to clear in 2018, including an ongoing National Football League investigation into Winston's alleged sexual misconduct and potential impending divorces with high-profile offensive stars DeSean Jackson and Doug Martin.
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Koetter was the Bucs offensive coordinator when Winston came to the NFL. As the head coach, it has been kind of different but Dirk is the man. However, despite a rough 2017 season, the Bucs have enough faith in Koetter to give him at least a third season at the helm to get the team to the playoffs. Tampa Bay was the last spot for the 54-year-old, who held the post from 2002 to 2008.
Injuries also were a major factor in the record this season.
Why did Tampa Bay keep Koetter? . He missed three games this season with ac joint sprain in his throwing shoulder.
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