Dirk Koetter didn't have an ideal tenure as head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, to put it lightly. Yet, the former head coach was completely professional and bowed out with class after the Bucs' brass dismissed him following the season. How much class, however, wasn't revealed until Friday afternoon.
At 6: We’ll answer a question @NFL fans didn’t know they had — what does a coach do with his gear when he’s no longer with the team? A @Buccaneers fan found former HC Dirk Koetter’s items in an unlikely place — a Tampa Goodwill! pic.twitter.com/22g6GFdoEk— Aaron Mesmer FOX 13 (@AaronMesmer) January 4, 2019
Koetter is one of the best offensive minds in the game and shouldn't be out of a job for too long.
In fact, he might actually stay in the division.
Falcons will meet with Dirk Koetter about their OC job today. Have already interviewed Darrell Bevell aa well for that opening and Mike Mularkey for an assistant coach position on offense— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) January 4, 2019
He may not outwardly show any ill will towards his old team, but joining Atlanta's coaching staff would be the perfect way for Koetter to prove to his old team that they made a mistake.
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