Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians has been coaching in some capacity for the better part of 47 years, and at that age of 69, he doesn’t seem to show any signs of giving it up. The 2x Ap coach of the year and 2x Super Bowl-winner is eyeing a third championship, and win or lose, is expected to return as the head coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the 2022 NFL.
Bruce Arians had battled his fair share of illnesses, having fought 3 types of cancers, surgery to remove an infected portion of his kidney, COVID-19, and currently suffering from a ruptured Achilles. He had retired following the 2017 season due to serious health scares but left the Arizona Cardinals as the winningest head coach in franchise history.
Not having to deal with any of those serious ailments now, it seems the Buccaneers Super Bowl-winning head coach isn’t going tp hang it up and will stay in the league, coaching till he can’t.
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— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 16, 2022