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- Jan 21, 2004
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NFL Hot Seat: Coach, GM, Quarterback Changes Possible With Cardinals, Dolphins, Commanders, Jets, Bucs, More
Coaching changes are coming to the Indianapolis Colts, Denver Broncos and likely the Arizona Cardinals while the NFL hot seat has begun to simmer in
Kliff Kingsbury Likely Out With CardinalsArizona Cardinals
Kliff Kingsbury is not resigning, as ESPN reported he’s thinking about, because he’s not walking away from his guaranteed salary that runs through 2027. But Kingsbury will all but certainly be fired the day after the regular-season finale, NFL sources have told OutKick.
“It’s kind of an open secret at this point,” one source said. Kingsbury has had disagreements with quarterback Kyler Murray at times this season. And he’s been unable to make enough of a difference to get his team over the hump in four losses of three points or less. Kingsbury may not be alone.
General manager Steve Keim two weeks ago stepped away for an indefinite period citing health reasons. Multiple reports have suggested this will soon be made permanent although no source confirmed this to OutKick.
The Cardinals are about to undergo a reset and the only reason Murray is likely to survive the changes is because his $230.5 million contract protects him from being cut or traded.