The Arizona Cardinals are said to be already making contingency plans in case Bruce Arians decides to retire following the 2017 season, and there has been some speculation that they could look to bring back a familiar face should that happen. "I don't know where all that s--'s came from. Make a decision sometime between Monday and February". "Nothing has changed for the last month and a half and everybody keeps asking the same question".
According to Brian Costello of the New York Post, there have been "rumblings in National Football League circles for months" that the Cardinals would have interest in New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles if Arians decides to leave.
Arians said he "never" thinks about whether he'll retire or not, which is why he's exhausted of being asked about it.
Arians said he "never" thinks about whether he'll retire, which is why he's exhausted of being asked about it.
And when was the last time something fell correctly for the Browns when it came to a head coach? Carson Palmer and David Johnson were both knocked out this season, yet Arizona has managed to go 7-8 heading into the final weekend of the season.
Arians can become the winningest coach in Cardinals history with his 50th victory at Seattle in the season finale on Sunday.
Arians has amassed a 48-30-1 record in his time with Arizona, the Cardinals recording double-digit wins in each of his first three seasons as head coach.