Arizona Cardinals head coach tracker
Since then there have been various reports about who the Cardinals are targeting and who is interested in the job. Some of the candidates are former coaches with varying degrees of success, while others are coordinators searching for that first head coaching job.
Below is a list of the most likely candidates along with notes pertaining to their likelihood of coming to Arizona. The rankings will change along with the winds of the search.
|The Cardinals are reportedly bringing the Seahawks OC in for an interview.|
|The Colts offensive coordinator will meet with the Cards, but he may not keep DC Ray Horton around
|Gruden interviewed with the Cardinals last week and they appear to be looking for an offensive-minded coach.|
|Arizona's defensive coordinator does not appear to be going anywhere, but it's worth wondering if the Cardinals view him as head coach material.|
|The Cardinals interviewed Haley, but Pittsburgh's offensive coordinator apparently set a 'very high' price for his services.
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- Kent Somers, AZ Central Sports Cardinals beat writer - Monday March 10Kent Somers talks all things Cardinals free agency.
- Kent Somers, AZ Central Sports Cardinals beat writer - Thursday March 6Kent Somers discusses the Cardinals' efforts to sign Karlos Dansby.
- Pete Prisco, CBSSports.com NFL writer - Thursday March 6Pete Prisco of CBS Sports discusses the NFL offseason and the NFL draft.
- Jay Feely, Cardinals kicker - Thursday March 6Would a change to the extra point actually hinder player safety?
- Dave Pasch, ESPN play-by-play announcer - Tuesday March 4Dave Pasch, ESPN play-by-play announcer, discusses UA and ASU basketball.