With the change on coaching staff for the Arizona Cardinals, it left a lot of men without a football job, at least to start. The Cardinals started the offseason by firing head coach Ken Whisenhunt and all the offensive staff except for tight ends coach Freddie Kitchens, who is now the team's quarterbacks coach under new head coach Bruce Arians.
Since then, a few of them have found jobs elsewhere. Here is what we know.
John McNulty, who was the team's quarterbacks coach in 2012 and previously their receivers coach,landed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as quarterbacks coach. Greg Schiano, Tampa's head coach, tried to interview him last offseason for their offensive coordinator position, but the Cardinals blocked it.
Assistant defensive backs coach DeShea Townsend, who was not fired by the team, got a job as defensive backs coach for Mississippi State.
Defensive coordinator Ray Horton, who was also a head coaching candidate, was let go by Arians when he wanted to bring in Todd Bowles. Within a couple of hours, he landed a four-year, $8 million contract as defensive coordinator for the Cleveland Browns.
Special teams coordinator Kevin Spencer was let go by Arians. Spencer also joins Whisenhunt and Reich on McCoy's staff in San Diego and will be special team coordinator.
Russ Grimm thus far is without a job in the league.
Remember when the Cardinals were called Steelers West? Looks like the Chargers are now the Cardinals West.
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