Arizona Cardinals interviewed Morocco Brown in DC

Ralph Freso

As the Cardinals search for a replacement for the vacancy at general manager, they are leaving no proverbial stone unturned.

The Arizona Cardinals interviewed Washington Redskins executive Morocco Brown in Washington, D.C. on Friday, according to team vice president of media relations Mark Dalton.

Brown is currently the Director of Player Personnel for Washington and completed his fifth season in that capacity in 2012. He previously served as an executive with the Chicago Bears and was hired in Washington in 2008.

In his current role, he is tasked with organizing the scouting reports of opponents, participating in draft meetings and looking throughout the league for potential talent that could be added to the team's roster.

The Cardinals will meet with Broncos' offensive coordinator Mike McCoy on Saturday in Denver as they look to fill the head coaching vacancy following the firing of Ken Whisenhunt. Arizona finished the 2012 season with a 5-11 record and lost nine straight games after a 4-0 start in 2012.

Following that disappointing finish, they cleaned house and dismissed both Whisenhunt and general manager Rod Graves appear to be headed in a new direction.

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