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Cardinals’ Arians to step down

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians has reportedly will step down following the team’s final game of the season. There has been speculation about his job status dating back to October.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, he has not informed his players yet. However, if they are watching ESPN early Sunday morning, they probably have seen the report.

We have reported that Arians would leave the team. Back in October, we reported that Arians would retire after the season.

Recently, we reported that Arians would retire. He has battled health conditions on recent years.

The Cardinals are 7-8 this season. They conclude their 2017 campaign with the Seattle Seahawks.

Arians is 48-30-1 as the Cardinals head coach. He has not had a winning record with the team since the 2015 season when they went 13-3.

He had three straight winning seasons to begin his tenure in Arizona. He is 1-2 in the playoffs with the Cardinals, including going 1-1 before losing to the Carolina Panthers in the NFC Championship game.

Arians is a two-time Coach of the Year, including one with the Cardinals and one as the interim head coach of the Indianapolis Colts in 2012. He also won two Super Bowl Championships in Super Bowl XL and Super Bowl XLIII.


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