TEMPE, Ariz. -- The list -- best categorized, for the moment, as early rather than short -- includes a well-known victim of Mondays Black Monday purge.
That marquee candidate is Andy Reid, recently relieved from his head-coaching duties with the Philadelphia Eagles and a name offered during a press conference presided over by Arizona Cardinals president Michael Bidwill.
During an official gathering to explain the firings of Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt and general manager Rod Graves, Bidwill limited his offering of potential replacement names to four.
Those included Reid, Cardinals defensive coordinator Ray Horton and Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy as candidates to replace Whisenhunt. Steve Keim, the current Cardinals director of player personnel, will be interviewed to replace Graves.
And according to Bidwill, there is no chronological protocol for the two hirings.
I dont want to pass up an opportunity for a good fit just to follow an order, he said, me...