NFL sends warning to Bruce Arians, Buccaneers after Sunday confrontation with Saints, per report

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Bruce Arians stepped down as the head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this offseason, however you would not have actually had the ability to inform throughout the Buccaneers’ triumph over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. Arians was seen on the sideline jawing with Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore, right prior to an enormous battle broke out that will cost Bucs wideout Mike Evans Sunday’s match vs. the Green Bay Packers.

The NFL apparently did not like this, and sent out a caution letter to Arians and the Buccaneers, per Pro Football Talk. Arians was seen on the white stripe of the sideline, which is a location where just coaches, gamers and authorities can tread throughout video games. Pro Football Talk likewise reports that Arians will abide by the caution.

Arians normally watches Buccaneers video games from a suite or “box” at the arena, however brand-new Buccaneers head coach Todd Bowles stated Caesars Superdome didn’t have a box to provide to Arians this previous weekend, so he was “downstairs.”

Arians still has a function with the Buccaneers — a brand-new gig entitled “Senior Advisor to the General Manager.”

“It’s a ‘what do you think?’ job,” Arians informed the Eye Test For Two podcast previously this summertime, through Joe Bucs Fan. “Everybody asks me what do I think and they know they’re getting a brutally honest answer, whether it be Joel Glazer, Jason Licht, Bowles, or Byron Leftwich. It’s been fun going to practice, watching and learning some more, watching us change, looking at the new guys. Man, that draft class is going to be a home run. Looking forward to getting to camp.”

The Buccaneers will play host to Aaron Rodgers and the Packers this Sunday at 4:25 p.m. ET. 



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