Originally written on NFL Trade Rumors  |  Last updated 11/20/14

Cardinals president Michael Bidwill mention that he expects to interview former Eagles head coach Andy Reid, current Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy as well as their defensive coordinator Ray Horton for the head coaching vacancy, per Darren Urban. Bidwill added that he’s willing to consider offering personnel responsibilities to a potential coach as well. Arizona fired head coach Ken Whisenhunt and GM Rod Graves earlier this morning, but these are some pretty obvious candidates for the job. Reid was reportedly interested in the Chargers and Cardinals jobs, but San Diego is apparently looking at different candidates, which leaves Arizona in the driver’s seat Reid. McCoy is a very hot commodity right now and already has an interview lined up with the Chicago Bears. The same could be said for Horton, who is also drawing a lot interest at this point in the process.     The post Cardinals To Interview Andy Reid For HC Job appeared first on NFL Trade Rumors -.

4 Comments:
  • I hope he goes there. That would be the best revenge for our NFC championship loss. I would expect a loser franchise like arizona to pick up a hatchet man with no redeeming qualities as their next coach. Good luck arizona
  • You hope he goes nowhere so you can tell me "I told you so" when you guaranteed he wouldn't get a head coaching gig this year and that no one had any interest. Yeah, hollywood...right again! LOL!
  • The only place he can go is to the worst owner in the NFL. He will be a failure in Arizona. But I am once again letting all Arizona fans know they are getting a a dysfunctional ego maniac, loser game day coach, steroid son peddling bum as a candidate. They should reject him. I have watched the Eagles for 30 years and can tell you that you will regret having the phat phuck as your coach. He ruined Mcnabb and was instrumental in sending that stiff Kolb to Arizona. You are doomed to losing seasons with the "i have to do a better job" mantra of the fatman. Get a real coach.
  • It probably isn't the only place he could go but from what they are saying, Bidwell wants him so badly he is moving quickly. Read your comment again. You are so clueless you stop addressing me with your reply and start addressing...NO ONE! Look around in this yard, hollywood. Just like the Chargers yard...NOBODY is home! The only comments on any posts or articles in this yard besides ours are one from kellyscott discussing soft drinks (and I haven't seen him post for months) and a few from people on an article about Vince Young possibly becoming the Cardinals QB and the debate isn't about the Cardinals...it's about Vince Young! Besides, what do you hope to accomplish? This is just like your calls for boycotts in the Eagles yard. When are you going to get that no one would listen to you even if people were still in this yard and even more so on this site? I honestly am starting to wonder why I even bother debating you...you just keep proving to me that maybe these debates really aren't fair. It makes me wonder what state of mind you are in when you do something this lame. I know you went to Drexel or so you claim but honestly you seem to have little common sense at times.
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