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CBS reports former Colts OC Tom Moore will be a part of Bruce Arians' staff in Arizona.
Moore wanted to get back in the coordinating game after consulting in Tennessee last season, but will serve as an assistant head coach to Bruce Arians. With Arians' OC Harold Goodwin being more of a line-play specialist, Moore should have heavy input on game-planning. An NFL assistant since 1977, Moore has over 20 years of coordinating experience, and is one of the most respected passing experts in the game. Sun, Jan 20, 2013 06:52:00 PM

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Cardinals hired Colts OL coach Harold Goodwin as offensive coordinator.

Goodwin has worked alongside Arians since 2007, but has been an offensive line coach his entire professional career. Goodwin is going to be the Cardinals' coordinator in name only, as Arians is going to serve as his own offensive boss. Arians said at his introductory presser he plans to call plays on Sundays.
Sat, Jan 19, 2013 11:03:00 AM

Cardinals hired former Colts OC Bruce Arians as head coach.

ESPN's Adam Schefter says it's a four-year deal with a team option for a fifth year. Arians went 9-3 as Colts interim head coach this past season while subbing for Chuck Pagano. Arians' offensive philosophy is pass-first and vertical-based, which should bode poorly for mediocre-armed Kevin Kolb. Kolb is due $11 million in 2013 salary and bonuses, and is now a prime release candidate. Among this year's draft prospects, NC State's Mike Glennon would be the best fit for Arians' system. The Cardinals have the seventh overall pick. It remains to be seen who will coordinate the defense, but word is that Arians wants to replace Ray Horton with Todd Bowles.
Thu, Jan 17, 2013 08:34:00 PM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Cardinals have offered their head-coaching job to Colts OC Bruce Arians, and he is expected to accept it.

The final head-coaching vacancy is set to be filled. Arians, 60, met with Arizona brass Wednesday night and into Thursday before leaving with an offer that he is fully expected to take. Arians has spent the last nine years working with Ben Roethlisberger and Andrew Luck. He'll probably look outside the organization for his next quarterback. The Cardinals also need major upgrades on their offensive line.
Thu, Jan 17, 2013 08:15:00 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Cardinals are interviewing Colts OC Bruce Arians for their head-coaching vacancy on Wednesday night and will continue to do so on Thursday.

Arizona is treating Arians to dinner on Wednesday, and they will likely have a more business-like office sit-down once Thursday morning rolls around. With the Cardinals and Jaguars having the only head-coaching vacancies left to be filled, we'll surely have plenty of updates on the two. Arians seems to be the clear-cut favorite to land the Cardinals' job.
Wed, Jan 16, 2013 09:31:00 PM

NFL Network's Albert Breer reports the Cardinals are "more willing to listen" on potential staff changes when hiring their new head coach.

Breer is presumably speaking directly on the Cardinals' alleged insistence that any head-coaching candidate keep Ray Horton as defensive coordinator. It's not likely that it's a major hang-up in negotiations, but the job is certainly more desirable if the new guy can pick who he wants to work with on a day-to-day basis. Breer adds that Colts OC Bruce Arians "has a structured idea of what he wants." Word is that Arians wants to bring in Todd Bowles as defensive coordinator.
Wed, Jan 16, 2013 08:37:00 PM

NFL.com reports the Cardinals "tentatively plan" to interview Colts OC Bruce Arians for their head-coaching vacancy on Thursday.

Profootballtalk reported earlier in the day there was "increasing chatter" Arians was the favorite to replace Ken Whisenhunt, though he's yet to even interview. Among the game's most respected and experienced passing gurus, Arians would be a strong hire if the Cardinals' primary objective is to fix a passing "attack" that's been an embarrassment since Kurt Warner hung up his cleats.
Wed, Jan 16, 2013 07:22:00 PM

According to Profootballtalk, there is "increasing chatter" the Cardinals will offer their head-coaching job to Colts OC Bruce Arians.

Arizona is Arians' last chance for a promotion after he was passed over for the Chargers and Bears' jobs. 49ers OC Greg Roman replacing Mike Mularkey in Jacksonville is viewed as a fait accompli in league circles. PFT reports the Cardinals insisting on potential hires retaining DC Ray Horton could be a hang-up, but we doubt the 60-year-old Arians would let that stand in the way of what could be his last, best chance to land a head gig.
Wed, Jan 16, 2013 03:43:00 PM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Cardinals have requested permission to interview Colts OC Bruce Arians for their head-coaching vacancy.

Arizona is turning their attention to the 60-year-old Arians after losing out to the Chargers for Mike McCoy's services on Tuesday. Arians, himself, was considered one of the three finalists for the Bears' job before that was handed out to Marc Trestman late Tuesday night. The Cardinals may be Arians' last hope for a head coach gig this offseason. He'll join Jay Gruden, Ray Horton, and Darrell Bevell in that race.
Wed, Jan 16, 2013 02:58:00 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Cardinals will interview Seahawks OC Darrell Bevell for their head-coaching vacancy.

The Arizona Republic reports the interview will take place Wednesday in Phoenix. Bevell is one of three finalists for the Bears job and is interviewing with the Jaguars. Montreal Alouettes coach Marc Trestman is viewed as the favorite in Chicago while 49ers OC Greg Roman is expected to get the Jacksonville job. With Mike McCoy out of the picture, the Cardinals are still looking for candidates with strong offensive backgrounds. It appears that their preference is to leave Ray Horton in the defensive coordinator role.
Tue, Jan 15, 2013 06:18:00 PM

Steelers OC Todd Haley reportedly made "very high" demands when he met with the Cardinals regarding their head-coaching vacancy last week.

Haley set his price-tag so high that he's no longer considered a real candidate in Arizona. He's apparently very content to stay in Pittsburgh, the area where he grew up, as Mike Tomlin's offensive coordinator. The Cardinals wanted an offensive-minded head coach, but may have to turn to incumbent defensive coordinator Ray Horton after getting spurned by new Chargers coach Mike McCoy.
Tue, Jan 15, 2013 11:59:00 AM

The Cardinals are reportedly trying to get Broncos OC Mike McCoy back for a second interview on Tuesday.

McCoy is interviewing with the Chargers on Monday. Arizona president Michael Bidwell reportedly has a fondness for McCoy and doesn't want to see his man slip away. We wouldn't be surprised if he's named Cardinals coach by mid-week.
Mon, Jan 14, 2013 11:59:00 AM

Appearing on GameDay Morning, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport said he's hearing the Cardinals are expected to go after Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy for their head-coaching vacancy.

When asked which of the head coach jobs would be filled next, Rapoport said he believes it will be the Cardinals. He also said if Arizona can't land McCoy, whose Broncos were just eliminated from the playoffs on Saturday, then incumbent defensive coordinator Ray Horton could be the backup plan. McCoy is expected to be a hot commodity on the market this upcoming week.
Source: NFL.com
Sun, Jan 13, 2013 10:29:00 AM

Updating an earlier item, Steelers OC Todd Haley will interview for the Cardinals' head-coaching vacancy on Wednesday.

NFL.com reported earlier Wednesday that Haley had passed up on the opportunity to interview with his former team, but sources both in Pittsburgh and Arizona are reporting he's meeting with the Cardinals. Haley is thought to be in love with his job in Pittsburgh, but the Cardinals could make a strong push for a known commodity.
Wed, Jan 9, 2013 01:19:00 PM

According to NFL.com, Steelers OC Todd Haley has declined an opportunity to interview for the Cardinals' head coaching vacancy.

A source close to Haley claims, "He loves Steelers job. He's very happy." That may be true, but the Cardinals' woeful quarterback situation likely played a major role here as well. Haley was run out of Kansas City after failing to win with the likes of Matt Cassel and Brodie Croyle at his disposal.
Wed, Jan 9, 2013 12:44:00 PM