Todd Bowles discusses new Bucs players on Rich Eisen Show

HC Todd Bowles sat down with Rich Eisen on the Rich Eisen Show on recently, and he had a lot to say about the new players coming to the Bucs roster.

Bowles discussed DT Calijah Kancey, OG Cody Mauch and WR Kade Warner on the show, praising all of them when talking about their skill sets.

He talked about Kancey first, tabbing his speed as a main reason the Bucs picked him. He also mentioned that Kancey is a strong player and plays the position with intelligence.

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“He’s a big three-down guy. We were like 320 [average weight] across the board, we felt we needed a little more quickness. He adds that for us,” Bowles said.

Bowles also reiterated that Mauch would play guard for the Bucs to get him “acclimated.”

“He’s a very good athlete, a very intelligent player, and a very hard worker,” Bowles said of Mauch. “We look forward to him getting better and better.”

Finally, he talked about Kade Warner, the son of NFL legend Kurt Warner. Kade came out of Kansas State as a UDFA for the Buccaneers, and Bowles seemed impressed with him so far in camp when asked about him by Eisen.


“Kade is going to make a name for himself,” Bowles said. “He’s very polished — he’s a coach’s kid, so he’s gonna be polished… I like everything that Kade’s done so far. He’s come in and put his head down and got to work.”

Check out the full portion of the interview below:

Story originally appeared on Buccaneers Wire