The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are rounding out their coaching staff. The major move was hiring Dirk Koetter as their offensive coordinator, and replacing quarterbacks coach Marcus Arroyo with Mike Bajakian. The Bucs announced another three assistant coaches today: Butch Barry will be the team's assistant offensive line coach, Andrew Weidinger will be the team's offensive quality control coach and Miles Smith will be the defensive quality control coach.
Barry will have the toughest task ahead, as the offensive line was one of the worst units in the NFL last year and the Bucs will try to re-build it this year. He'll have to assist George Warhop, who has been retained despite his unit's abysmal performance. Barry comes over from Central Michigan, where he coached the offensive line (2014) and tight ends (2010-2013), and appears to have no real connections to this coaching staff. Barry arrived at Central Michigan after Mike Bajakian had already left.
Andrew Weidinger comes over from the Atlanta Falcons, where he worked with Dirk Koetter for the past three years. So presumably he's a Koetter hire. Miles Smith is Lovie Smith's son, so we know where that connection comes from. He was a Bucs coaching assistant last year.
Ben Steele was the team's offensive quality control coach last season, and it's not entirely clear whether he'll stick around. Given that he was mostly a Jeff Tedford guy it seems to safe to assume he's been let go. Similarly, the Bucs made no mention of assistant offensive line coach Matt Wiegand, another Tedford guy, and defensive quality control coach Dave Borgonzi. Presumably both of them are no longer with the team, either. Although Steele and Borgonzi are still listed on the coaches' roster on the team's official site.