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Dirk Koetter won’t be getting involved in the Tampa defense

Most NFL head coaches get their jobs after becoming proficient as coordinators on offense or defense. Those coaches typically continue to focus on what they know, and to hand the other side of the ball to a skilled coordinator. That’s what Andy Reid has done for nearly 20 years, in Philadelphia and Kansas City. It’s…
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