With Ken Whisenhunt and Rod Graves out, the Cardinals have begun their search for a new head coach and general manager. Below, you will find plenty of links regarding that sort of news.
Report: Cardinals "very close" to hiring Andy Reid as head coach | ProFootballTalk
A day after he was fired by the Eagles, Andy Reid may be close to getting another head-coaching job. Tim Ring, the sports director at KTVK-TV in Arizona, is reporting that the Cardinals are very close to hiring Reid as their next head coach. This was later proven untrue, but it had many talking on Twitter.
Word From the Birds Blog | Interview schedule and Reid reports
Darren Urban helps dispel the notion that Andy Reid is already coaching the Cardinals.
Arizona Cardinals deny reports of Andy Reid head coaching hire
Arizona Cardinals deny reports of Andy Reid head coaching hire. The Cardinals continued their search Tuesday for a new coach and general manager, but apparently not at the pace reported by several news outlets.
Cardinals rumors can’t hurt Reid | ProFootballTalk
If we believe the various reports and rumors, the Cardinals have all but decided to hire Andy Reid. If we believe the Cardinals, they still have more homework to do before making a decision.
Buffalo Bills' coaching search includes Whisenhunt
The Buffalo Bills, who are announcing big changes in their front office Tuesday afternoon, are also working on which person will be manning the sidelines as well.
Cardinals' Steve Keim will interview for Chargers GM job - SBNation.com
Arizona Cardinals VP of player personnel Steve Keim is scheduled to interview for the San Diego Chargers general manager job, which was vacated by the recently fired A.J. Smith.
Bidwill says Cardinals will interview Andy Reid | ProFootballTalk
Current defensive coordinator Ray Horton was established as a candidate for the Cardinals head coaching job already. But team president Michael Bidwill just said during a press conference that he was also going to interview former Eagles coach Andy Reid and Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy.
Buffalo Bills' Head Coach Search Begins In Arizona
As Buffalo Bills brass flies out to Arizona to begin conducting interviews for the vacant head coaching position, Buffalo Rumblings recaps the seven names that have been reliably linked to the job. Two names involved are Ken Whisenhunt and Cardinals defensive coordinator, Ray Horton.
Lovie Smith targeting Arizona Cardinals, Buffalo Bills - NFL.com
Lovie Smith was fired by the Chicago Bears on Monday, but he's looking to stay in the game. Of the possibilities around the NFL, Smith particularly is interested in openings in Arizona and Buffalo.
Chip Kelly reportedly tops Browns' coaching wish list - NFL.com
Citing two high-ranking NFL personnel executives, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports that Oregon's Chip Kelly sits at the top of Cleveland's coaching wish list.
Penn State coach Bill O’Brien considering an NFL interview | ProFootballTalk
Penn State coach Bill O'Brien may be a candidate for one of the NFL's seven coaching vacancies. Peter King of Sports Illustrated and NBC reports that O'Brien is strongly considering interviewing with an NFL team.
Bruce Arians deserve AFC West looks - AFC West Blog - ESPN
Many candidates will emerge during Kansas City's and San Diego's search for a coach. We will review and analyze them all. Bruce Arians could be a fit for both the Chiefs and Chargers.
On a side note, I could not find a story for it, but below is this tweet from 3 TV's Tim Ring... Interesting. This sparked a lot of conversation in the Twitter world yesterday. Adam Schefter of ESPN also said that he heard from a source that Reid coming to the Cardinals is a '95 percent' certainty.
Later on, the rumors were dispelled. It was all likely floated out by Reid's agent, Bob Lamonte. Team officials including VP of Communications, Mark Dalton stated that the team was nowhere close to hiring Reid. Jason La Canfora is also reporting that the Cardinals have an interview scheduled with Reid today (Wednesday). Hopefully we will have more info then.