Bruce Arians, former Jets coach Todd Bowles reuniting in Tampa Bay

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Arians, reportedly hired as the head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, is taking Bowles with him as his defensive coordinator, ESPN and NFL Network report.

Bear in mind that Arians did have two hospital stays during his time as head coach of the Cardinals.

Arians had previously said he would only be interested in the Cleveland job, but later said he would listen to offers in Tampa due to his relationship with Jason Licht.

The 66-year-old has had several health issues over the years, including a bout with prostate and kidney cancer.

Rumors are circulating that recently fired Jets coach Todd Bowles is the top target for defensive coordinator.

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A new coaching staff's goal: seeing if Jameis Winston is the quarterback the Bucs can build around as he enters the fifth and final season of his rookie contract.

Arians was in town over the weekend on his interview, which included a doctor's check-up.

Arians, 66, is a two-time National Football League coach of the year with a background coaching quarterbacks, including Peyton Manning, Ben Roethlisberger and Carson Palmer.

Arians, who was 49-30-1 in a five-year run in Arizona, would replace Dirk Koetter, who was sacked after two seasons as Tampa's head coach.