Bucs set to begin contract negotiations with Bruce Arians

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Bruce Arians' retirement didn't last long.

Arians' interview with Tampa Bay included a trip to the hospital for a physical.

With five years of coaching with the Cardinals, Arians racked up a 50-32 record including the playoffs and steps away as the winningest coach in franchise history.

Arians, who spent the 2018 season as an in-game analyst for CBS Sports, ended his coaching career following the 2017 season.

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The Bucs also interviewed Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, Vikings defensive coordinator George Edwards and Cowboys defensive backs coach Kris Richard.

Arians, 66, has been an National Football League head coach just once (not including his 12 games as interim head coach of the Colts), but has decades of experience coaching both at the professional and college levels.

Arians would provide a proven quarterback whisperer for Jameis Winston, who is entering his fifth and final year under a rookie contract. Arians and Bowles worked together during their time in Arizona.

The Buccaneers' strong interest in former Cardinals coach Bruce Arians is mutual, NFL.com reported, adding that the sides are likely to begin negotiations to make him the team's next head coach.

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