The New York Giants quaterback coach Mike Sullivan will be interviewing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive coordinator position, according to ESPN’s Rachel Nichols.
Looks like the Bucs agree Eli is elite...source says Giants QB Coach Mike Sullivan interviewing for Tampa Offensive Coordinator job—
Rachel Nichols (@Rachel__Nichols) February 10, 2012
He could be joining new Bucaneers head coach Greg Schiano. Sullivan was the Giants’ wide receiver coach from 2004-09 and then became Eli Manning’s coach when Chris Palmer left for the UFL.
This year under Sullivan, Manning threw for 4,933 yards, a franchise record, and had a 61 percent completion rate.