The Arizona Cardinals Are Reportedly Closing In On Their Next Coach

The Arizona Cardinals Are Reportedly Closing In On Their Next Coach

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The Arizona Cardinals are one of the least successful franchises in NFL history. The team has never won a Super Bowl, and has only made one appearance.

Recently, they experimented with mediocre college football head coach Kliff Kingsbury as their head coach for four years. Shockingly, that didn’t work out, and now they are looking for a new coach.

Meanwhile, Kingsbury is in Thailand. Good for him.

So, they need a new head coach. They’ve already found their new GM in Monti Ossenfort.

And, Ossenfort has seemingly narrowed down his search to one prominent name.

The former Patriots assistant went 24-25 in three seasons as the Miami Dolphins head coach. That includes a 19-14 mark his last two seasons. But, he was controversially fired, and sued the league over what he thought was discrimination.

Still, it would be a good hire for the Cardinals, as the hard-nosed 41-year-old would upend the culture in Arizona and maybe get the most out of Kyler Murray. Who knows, maybe he will ban him from playing Call of Duty.

Garrett Carr
Garrett Carr is a recent graduate of Penn State University. He lives and dies Penn State football, wrestling, and the New York Mets.