Bruce Arians Says Cardinals Head Coach Job Will Be His Last in NFL

May 4, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians made it known in an interview released Wednesday that he won't be leaving the desert and considers the team to be his final coaching destination.
Arians spoke with AZCentral.com's Kent Somers and said his Cardinals tenure will be the endpoint of his career, but he didn't put a timeline on his retirement:  
You never know how long this will last. There's the old saying, there's two kinds of coaches, ones that are fired and others who are going to get fired. You just enjoy every day. Right now, it's the highlight of it. There will be lowlights, we know that. But I'm enjoying every single day. This will be my last job.
It's hard to imagine Arizona will let Arians go anytime soon based on the success he's had at the helm thus far. After going 10-6 in his debut in 2013, Arians guided the Cardinals to the playoffs in each of the past two years.
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