Kliff Kingsbury’s tenure with the Arizona Cardinals ended on a highly disappointing note, but there remains plenty of interest around the league on the 43-year-old.
According to a report from CBS Sports’ Josina Anderson, Kingsbury spoke with the Baltimore Ravens “about potentially joining their staff.” But according to Anderson, the discussions didn’t “produce an imminent fit on timing”.
The Ravens have an opening at offensive coordinator, as the organization parted ways with well-respected OC Greg Roman following their playoff loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Super Wild Card Weekend. Kingsbury had an interview with the Houston Texans last week for their offensive coordinator position.
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Kingsbury was fired by the Cardinals following a miserable 4-13 season. This came a year after he coached the Redbirds to an 11-6 record as well as their first playoff appearance in six years, though they were crushed by the Los Angeles Rams in the Wild Card Round.
Kingsbury’s up-and-down tenure in Arizona ended with a record of 28-37-1. Kyler Murray, the first overall pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, emerged as a franchise-changing quarterback during Kingsbury’s coaching tenure.
But expectations were high for Arizona coming off an 11-win season in 2022, and the shortcomings ultimately cost Kingsbury his job. Fortunately for him, it looks like it won’t be long until he lands with another team.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.