Todd Bowles is reportedly not the only Jets coach on Bruce Arians' radar to join him in Tampa Bay.
Defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers has officially joins the Buccaneers' staff as a defensive line coach, as the team announced numerous assistant hirings on Wednesday.
Rodgers, 49, spent the last four seasons as the Jets defensive coordinator under Bowles and also worked alongside the former Jets head coach in Miami and Dallas as a defensive line coach.
Should Bowles agree to become the defensive coordinator in Tampa, the position he held with Arians in Arizona, Rodgers will most likely move back into his previous role as defensive line coach.
Marvez reports Brenston Buckner, the Bucs defensive line coach last season, will not be retained.