BRUCE ARIANS 31-18 (5-1 in the post-season) Had three years as head coach of the Buccaneers winning Super Bowl LV before stepping down at the end of March to take a front office role. He left with the highest winning percentage of any coach in team history. He was named the franchise’s 12th head coach in January 2019 having previously spent five years in charge of the Arizona Cardinals where he won an NFL Coach of the Year award to go with another he won as the interim head coach of the Indianapolis Colts in 2012. He spent eight seasons as an assistant head coach with the Pittsburgh Steelers including five as offensive co-ordinator and won two Super Bowl rings with the franchise. He never played in the NFL but became a graduate assistant at Virginia Tech after his senior year and progressed through a variety of college roles including six years as head coach at Temple before moving into the NFL with the Kansas City Chiefs in 1989. He was inducted into the Buccaneers’ Ring of Honor in January 2023. Click here for a collection of pictures from his Buccaneer coaching career