Bengals’ DE Rips Greg Schiano By Comparing Buccaneers To High School Program
You know it’s bad when players with the Cincinnati Bengals are ripping you.
Well, that’s now a reality for Greg Schiano, who has yet to coach his Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a victory this season. Naturally, Schiano has drawn some criticism across the NFL as Josh Freeman‘s exit from Tampa Bay was premature and was also handled by Schiano with zero class. Even with Freeman suiting up for the Minnesota Vikings, the drama keeps pouring on Schiano.
In fact, Bengals defensive end Wallace Gilberry recently opened up about what his time with the Buccaneers was like early in the 2012 season when Schiano was entering his first season as an NFL head coach and released Gilberry…twice:
“‘We made a mistake. We want to bring you back.’ They signed me back. I made the opening day roster. My contract was guaranteed, and then they cut me again after Week 1. Schiano’s a joke, as you can see.”
Have no fear, Gilberry; we can definitely see that the Buccaneers’ head coach is the worst leader in professional football. While the quote above summarizes Schiano’s NFL stint pretty well, Gilberry rattled off another jab at the Tamp Bay coach by saying “It [the Bucs organization] felt like a high school program.”
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