Buccaneers hires Dave Canales of Seahawks as OC
The Seahawks gave Canales his first chance at the NFL in 2010 as their wide receiver coach. Prior to that, his only coaching experience was as offensive coordinator at his old high school, special team coach & tight finish at El Camino College, and assistant strength and conditioning coach at USC.
Over seven years in her first Seattle role, Canales has developed Seahawks receivers such as Doug Baldwin, Golden TateSidney Rice, Jermaine KearsePercy Harvin, Paul RichardsonAnd Tyler Lockett.
Despite many big names, only Baldwin has ever crossed 1,000 yards to receive the ball in a season under Canales, who often developed a versatile goal room.
In 2018, Canales was assigned the position of midfield coach, tasked with mentoring the seventh-year veteran Russell Wilson and backup midfielder Brett Hundley.
Although he’s not competing, Smith will join the roster next season. Over the next four years, two of which he spent under the title of passing game coordinator, Canales primarily worked with Wilson as a starter, guiding Smith in a number of his appearances. in that time.
In 2022, with a deal that will bring Wilson to the Broncos, Canales’ years of training with Smith will be put to the test. Today, it’s fair to say that both Smith and Canales come through with stellar records as Smith will continue to lead the NFL in completion percentage, leading the Seahawks to the knockouts in their first season. without Wilson, earned a spot in the Pro Bowl and won the Returning Player of the Year Award.
Canales is also now getting his well-deserved credit, while being rewarded with the chance to lead an NFL strike for the first time in his career. Canales will be tasked with a similar challenge to the one he faced last season.
After three seasons with brave cat In midfield, Tampa Bay, except in the case of a move to a free agent, commercial or draft, will move on to a veteran reserve, who started his career very early in the season. Blaine Gabbert or a developing young midfielder in Kyle trask.
Canales was soon recognized for early coaching Smith, receiving dispatcher interest from both Tampa Bay and Baltimore. He really is a good candidate for the position of Raven, get a second interview for that job will eventually go to
Despite that, Canales is the Buccaneers man. Under head coach Todd Bowles, Canales and the Buccaneers will look to return to the knockout stages in the post-Brady era.