The Arizona Cardinals have their head coach in Kliff Kingsbury, and now they are focusing on building his staff.
The Cardinals are interviewing former Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph to become their defensive coordinator, and also have plans for their offensive staff as well.
According to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, McAdoo could be considered for the Cardinals’ offensive coordinator position, but could also be brought in as a “senior position on the offensive staff”.
Either way, Arizona is building their team around Kingsbury.
Cardinals to Interview Vance Joseph
With Kliff Kingsbury officially at the helm of the Arizona Cardinals, the team is now looking to build his staff.
Joseph, who was fired by Denver at the end of the season, has been linked to the Cincinnati Bengals head coaching job.
Cardinals Hiring Kliff Kingsbury as Next Head Coach
The Arizona Cardinals are reeling in a hot collegiate coaching name as they are in the process of making former Texas Tech head coach and current USC offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury their next head coach, according to Fox Sports’ Pete Schrager.
Kingsbury recently took the job as the Trojans’ offensive coordinator, but a small buyout in his contract will allow him to jump ship, despite USC initially blocking him from interviews, according to The Athletic’s Jay Glazer.
The Cardinals fired Steve Wilks after one season, and had interviewed former Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase, former Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell, and Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy for their head coaching vacancy.
Kliff Kingsbury Drawing Head Coaching Interest From NFL Teams
Newly hired USC Trojans offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury is on a couple of NFL teams radar for a head coaching position. The Arizona Cardinals and New York Jets will conduct interviews with Kingsbury for their opening head coaching jobs.
Kingsbury is one the most creative offensive minds in college football. He was fired from Texas Tech in November, then picked up by USC in December to be the offensive coordinator.
At Texas Tech Kingsbury record was 35-40 which is not good by any standards, but what makes him intriguing is the success he has coaching quaterbacks in college. Kingsbury coached, Baker Mayfield, Johnny Manziel, Case Keenum and Patrick Mahomes and helped developed them to NFL quarterbacks.
It will be interesting to see how these interviews go for Kingsbury,. I think the Jets and Cardinals are looking for the next Sean McVay and Matt Nagy, who knows maybe Kingsbury could be it thats if he is willing to leave USC.
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