Found January 09, 2013 on Checkdown Chatter:

Bruce Arians was a remarkable coach this year. He demonstrated an ability to hold a team together in spite of difficult news and he did a job he wasn’t prepared for to a level of excellence. He showed he has 'it'. That ambiguous quality that it takes to rally a group of grown men around a single cause. However, with his recent bout with illness you have to question whether or not teams will look another direction...

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