Broncos' Rick Smith to interview with Bucs

Broncos director of pro personnel Rick Smith will interview for the GM job at Tampa Bay today, but it appears that Raiders senior assistant Bruce Allen has the inside track on the job. Read about it in tody's news reports.

Bucs interviewing Broncos' Smith for GM - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Wednesday, January 07, 2004 - The Broncos' first loss of the off- season could be a costly one. Director of pro personnel Rick Smith will interview today for the vacant Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager job, according to Broncos officials.

Bucs interviewing Broncos' Smith for GM - Tampa Tribune - Allen Claiming
Jan 7, 2004 - TAMPA - While the Bucs were making plans to interview a new candidate for their vacant general manager's job Tuesday, Raiders senior assistant Bruce Allen was saying he intended to take the job.

Allen on verge of reunion with Gruden - Tampa Tribune - Allen Claiming
January 7, 2004 - TAMPA - Jon Gruden wanted to feel more united with the Bucs front office. Reunited is more like it. All signs indicated Tampa Bay has reached an agreement with Raiders senior assistant Bruce Allen to serve as vice president in charge of football operations. The Bucs could make a formal announcement today after concluding their interviews with a minority candidate, Broncos pro personnel director Rick Smith, as required by the NFL.

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