The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have themselves a new offensive coordinator: Mike Sullivan, who worked previously for the New York Giants as quarterbacks coach.
Former Giants QB coach Mike Sullivan is the Buccaneers new offensive coordinator.—
Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 11, 2012
Sullivan worked for the Giants as QB coach for two years, and for six years before that coaching wide receivers. He originally broke into the NFL in 2003 as an offensive assistant coach with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Sullivan was a defensive back at Army, where he graduated in 1989.
Sullivan joins the staff of new head coach Greg Schiano, who left Rutgers to take over the Bucs last month.