There are a handful of teams looking to bring in a new head coach this year, and most of them are form the state of Florida. The Buccaneers seem like they want to bring in a big named coach after the "young up in coming" hire in Raheem Morris didn't really work out. They seemed to have set their sights on former Tennessee Titans coach Jeff Fisher, according to our very own Bucs Nation.
It looks like the Jeff Fisher to Tampa Bay train is gaining steam. Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reported on the Primetime Show on ESPN 1040 that Jeff Fisher is at the top of the Bucs' wish list of potential head coaches, although he qualified that by saying that was mostly GM Mark Dominik's list.
The Bucs don't have an interview lined up yet, but they are working on it according to that article. Fisher wants to go to a team with an established quarterback under the helm, and the Buccaneers would certainly fit under that criteria. But Fisher will probably have his pick of teams with a vacancy, and we will have to wait to see if the Buccaneers interest is reciprocated.