1/15 Arizona Cardinals news: Down to maybe two candidates, NFC West getting harder


The links to start your day about the Cards and the rest of the NFL.

Could the Arizona Cardinals be on the verge of hiring their next head coach? They have a second interview with Mike McCoy. Dan Bickley gives a bit of a doom and gloom outlook in the division for the Cards. Someone wants to cut Tom Brady.

That and more in today's links from around the Web.


Does Arizona Cardinals coach search narrow to McCoy-Horton? | Insiders
The Cardinals are trying to schedule a second interview with Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy, according to Jay Glazer of FOX. That’s not a surprise, given McCoy’s history of working with a variety of quarterbacks and Denver’s offensive success this season.

While the Valley freezes, Arizona Cardinals are feeling the heat
While the Valley freezes, Arizona Cardinals are feeling the heat,When the Cardinals made successive playoff runs in 2008 and 2009, it was as if they’d discovered a secret treasure map.

Word From the Birds Blog | Final four factor for Cards
The Cardinals, for a second straight season, played three of the teams in the NFL’s final four.

What the Cardinals are up against in search - NFC West Blog - ESPN
While the Arizona Cardinals and four other NFL teams continue to pursue head coaching candidates, I've put together a look at what the candidates might see when considering their options.


Cut Tom Brady (Dan on Fire) - SBNation.com
SB Nation's Dan Rubenstein calmly and succinctly lays out the reasons why the time is now for the New England Patriots to move forward without QB Tom Brady, who's ultimately killing New England's...

The NFL is accidentally fun, and that's not a bad thing - SBNation.com
Spencer Hall would really like to call the NFL a cromagnon football club masquerading as a corporation, but that would be half-right at best.

Eagles coaching rumors: Brian Billick, Ken Whisenhunt among the latest candidates - SBNation.com
The Eagles haven't left many stones unturned in their coaching search, but who will they choose to replace Andy Reid?

2013 NFL Mock Draft: New hires lead to new picks - SBNation.com
While there is still plenty of murkiness, the 2013 NFL Draft picture is becoming a little clearer. The draft order is set through pick No. 28 and more head coaches and general managers have been hired.

Bears coaching search: Darrell Bevell, Marc Trestman finalists - SBNation.com
The Bears are moving on in their coaching search, with Darrell Bevell and Marc Trestman are the first known finalists.

Cardinals coaching rumors: Is Mike McCoy the favorite in Arizona? - SBNation.com
The Cardinals continue to search for a quarterback with the latest reports having Mike McCoy and Ray Horton as the two favorites to land the job.

Kenny Britt missing after stabbing, shooting incidents, police say - SBNation.com
Kenny Britt took a friend to the hospital after an altercation at a party led to a stabbing. Then he went missing. New Jersey police are asking for help from anyone -- including the Titans' owner -- in tracking Britt down to discuss the incident.

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