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  The Arizona Cardinals today fired the two men behind the franchise's only Super Bowl trip, general manager Rod Graves and head coach Ken Whisenhunt. Both men had held their respective positions since 2007. Whisenhunt arrived from Pittsburgh as an offensive-minded coach commanded with coaching up second-year quarterback Matt Leinart. His fate was decided, though, by a long series of offensive struggles once Kurt Warner, the quarterback behind that Super Bowl trip, retired following the 2009 season. Beyond Leinart's failure to develop, the past three years have been devoted to a series of nonetities at the quarterback position. A trade for Kevin Kolb failed to produce the expected results, and the less said of players like Derek Anderson, Richard Bartel, Max Hall, Brian Hoyer, Ryan Lindley, and John Skelton the better. All this occurred notwithstanding the presence of one of the best receivers in the league in Larry Fitzgerald. A major contributor to the Cardina...
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