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Arians to step down at the end of the season

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to sources, Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians will step down at the end of the season. The 65-year-old has been the Cardinals head coach since the 2013 season.

This season, the Cardinals are 3-4 and are presently on their bye week. He has gone 44-26-1 with Arizona.

Bruce Arians (Getty Images)

Bruce Arians (Getty Images)Bruce

Last season, the team suffered its first losing season under Arians. The team went 7-8-1.

In 2015, he guided the team to its best record at 13-3. They also advanced to the NFC Conference Championship game, before losing to the Carolina Panthers.

Prior to his appointment as the Cardinals head coach, he was the Indianapolis Colts interim head coach in 2012. This was when Chuck Pagano was dealing with his cancer treatments— and ultimately beat the disease.

Arians has over 40-years of coaching experience. He was also a member of two Pittsburgh Steelers teams that won the Super Bowl.

Arians has twice been named the NFL’s Coach of the Year in 2012 and 2014. Besides working with the Cardinals, Colts and Steelers, he was previously employed by the Cleveland Browns, Alabama Crimson Tide, New Orleans Saints, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Kansas City Chiefs, Temple Owls and the Virginia Tech Hokies.

He was the Owls head coach from 1983 to 1988. He was 21-59 as their head coach.

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