For the second time in a matter of days, an NFL coach is threatening to fire somebody.

Before it was fore leaking out information, but this time it concerns family, which Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians takes very seriously.

During an interview with MMQB, Arians said that he regrets not going to all of his kids’ special events when they were younger and told his staff that he will fire them if they miss any such occasions themselves.

"I told my coaches in our first meeting, 'If you miss a ballgame, a recital, anything to do with your children, I'll fire you.' Because I missed a lot of mine. And those years don't come back," Arians said. "There's plenty of time in this office to work; you can come back at midnight if you want to. But don't miss that recital, don't miss that game.”

"Those things mean so much to your children and it means so much to you. The games I did get to see my son play, I know he felt different, and I don't want those guys to ever miss that."

Don’t think this is anything new for the Bucs head coach. He had the same policy in place while he was with the Arizona Cardinals. He explained in his 2017 book, “The Quarterback Whisperer,” that the rule was inspired by his former boss when he was with the Kansas City Chiefs. At that time Marty Schottenheimer wouldn’t allow assistants to leave the office for family events.

You have to respect Arians for this. Many employers these days care about the bottom line but he wants to balance it out and make sure that family comes first.