Found January 19, 2013 on Steelers Depot:
The Arizona Cardinals introduced Bruce Arians as their new head coach on Friday and it didn't take long for the media to ask him about his departure from Pittsburgh Steelers following the 2011 season and his offensive philosophy. When asked about his supposed retirement from the Steelers at this same time last year, Arians didn't beat around the bush with his answer. "No, that retirement thing was a mutual agreement," a smiling Arians said, when asked if he was really close to retirement following his time in Pittsburgh. Arians went on to say that he was very fortunate when Indianapolis Colts Read more [...]
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