posted on Feb, 13 2004 @ 10:23 AM
Former Super Bowl MVP Doug Williams quit his job as Grambling State's Football Coach to work in the Buccaneer's Front Office.
The team held a new conference Feb.12 to introduce the former Bucs and Redskins QB as a personnel executive. Williams will work in the scouting
department under director of pro personnel Mark Dominik. "We believe that some of the greatest assets of the league have been underutilized," general
manager Bruce Allen said in a telephone interview, explaining the decision to pursue williams, who led the Redskins to the 1988 Super Bowl Title.
"Doubg has been successful at every level of football he has been involved in, and we think he'll help us become a better team all around," Allen