As a head coach, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers might be Bruce Arians’ final stop.
After three years, the longtime mentor resigned from his position to take on a front-office role.
With the NFL shifting towards younger head coaches, Arians might not get another coaching offer again.
He finally got what he wanted after leading the Buccaneers to victory in Super Bowl LV, if that’s the case.
It’s the perfect cherry on top of his coaching journey that spanned over four decades.
But aside from his contributions to the game, he’s also helping out children through the Arians Family Foundation.
Bruce and Christine Arians created the foundation in 2013 partly because of Christine’s profession as a “broken-family” attorney.
According to the foundation’s website, they “prevent and ameliorate the abuse and neglect of children by making sure that children who are involved in the court system, as a result of abuse or neglect by their families, receive the love and help they need.”
They raise funds through benefit dinners and their golf classic.
However, fans are also throwing their support to the foundation, as shared by Barstool Sports’ Steven Cheah.
As a Thank You to @BruceArians, I'm donating $31.09, the final score of Super Bowl LV to the @AriansFF. Bucs fans, please join me in thanking BA for playing a critical part in turning this team around. Credit to @CarmieV for the idea! Donate here: https://t.co/qdQd5yQwhQ pic.twitter.com/w3J1f1NrqL
— Steven Cheah (@StevenCheah) March 31, 2022
Cheah donated $31.09 to commemorate the winning score of Super Bowl LV, wherein the Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs at Raymond James Stadium.
He added that the donation is his way of thanking Arians for turning the team around.
The Buccaneers Have More Work To Do
Since Tampa Bay technically hired a new head coach in Todd Bowles, the team can start offseason workouts by April 4.
Until then, they still need depth at both the offensive and defensive lines and tight end.
The Buccaneers also have a surplus of wide receivers, which they will address as training camp progresses.