Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive coordinator Jeff Tedford has been released from his contract after his health issues kept him from coaching this season.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have struggled mightily this season, and their offense has been a massive disappointment after receiving plenty of hype before the season.
Offensive coordinator Jeff Tedford was unable to perform his duties this season since he endured health issues, and he took an indefinite leave of absence.
This may have contributed to the Buccaneers’ offensive woes, which were largely because of poor quarterback play and lack of a running game.
Tedford has been released from his contract, and quarterbacks coach Marcus Arroyo will replace him for the time being.
Here is a tweet from FOX Sports NFL insider Mike Garafalo announcing the departure of Tedford.
Buccaneers announce they’ve released OC Jeff Tedford from his contract to pursue other opportunities. Had health issues this year.
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) December 5, 2014