Bruce Arians Hired By Colts, Ending His Chances Of Becoming Arizona Cardinals Quarterbacks Coach

The Arizona Cardinals are looking to land a top-tier coach to develop their quarterbacks and it appears their search now has one less candidate to lure to Glendale. According to multiple reports on Saturday afternoon, former Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians has accepted the offensive coordinator job with the Indianapolis Colts.

Arians had been linked to the Cardinals for some time and some thought he may be the frontrunner to land the gig.

Arizona will continue to search for their next quarterbacks coach and will likely make a decision in the near future. In the meantime, expect the organization to continue to scout potential prospects for the 2012 NFL Draft. Workouts and practices will be here before you know it, folks.

For more on the Cardinals and to discuss their coaching search, head on over to Revenge Of The Birds.

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