Bruce Arians retiring from coaching, will move to Buccaneers front office even as Tom Brady returns

Todd Bowles will replace Arians as head coach: The latest chapter in what has been the wildest offseason in NFL history takes place in Tampa Bay

Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians is retiring from coaching and will be moving into a front-office role as a Senior Football Consultant with the organization, the team announced. Defensive coordinator Todd Bowles has been elevated to head coach

While this comes as the latest shocker to scroll across the NFL ticker, Arians told NBC Sports and the Los Angeles Times that he began thinking about making this move at the NFL Scouting Combine a month ago

He also thought about retirement following the Buccaneers' Super Bowl LVI victory in February 2021. Of course, Arians instead elected to try to repeat this past season, and the Buccaneers were eliminated in the divisional round

"I have spent most of the last 50 years of my life on the sidelines as a football coach in one form or another," Arians said in his statement released by the team

"Today, I have made the decision to move from the sidelines into another role with the Buccaneers front office, assisting Jason Licht and his staff. I love football

I love the relationships, the strategy, the competition—everything. It has been one hell of a ride, but I know this is the right time for me to make this transition

Naturally, the timing of this retirement from coaching will cause many to speculate that it could have something to do with Tom Brady deciding to come out of retirement himself

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