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    As Lincoln Riley takes his talents to Southern California, Kliff Kingsbury could be taking his to Norman, Oklahoma. Or will he? The Arizona Cardinals head coach is reportedly on Oklahoma’s wishlist for its next head coach after Riley accepted the head coaching position at USC on Sunday, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. With one year left on his current deal, Kingsbury sidestepped questions about the Oklahoma head coaching vacancy on Monday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM FILE - In this Oct. 3, 2021, file photo, Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury walks on the field before the team's NFL football game against the Los Angeles Rams in Inglewood, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File) "I don’t get into those things," Kingsbury said. "My sole focus the last couple of weeks has been the Chicago Bears, and after watching them on Thanksgiving, it needs to be … We’re in season, we’re 9-2, just not a topic I wanna touch on right now." Kingsbury’s refusal to give a straight answer is not uncommon. Riley did it on Saturday and was USC’s on...
    With Lincoln Riley heading for USC, the list of Oklahoma coaching candidates to replace him is reportedly led by a current NFL head coach: Kliff Kingsbury. Lincoln Riley delivered a shock to the Oklahoma football program on Sunday with the news that he’ll be leaving Norman and taking the vacant USC Trojans job. That, of course, leaves the Sooners with a vacancy at the position. Joining other high-profile programs such as LSU in searching for a head coach, Oklahoma should have their pick of almost anyone they want to hire. And apparently they’re swinging for the fences, at least if some reports are to be believed. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Oklahoma has already put together a shortlist of candidates for replacing Lincoln Riley as head coach. At the top of that list is Arizona Cardinals head coach (and former Big 12 rival) Kliff Kingsbury. Oklahoma has targeted Cardinals’ HC Kliff Kingsbury as one of the potential replacements for Lincoln Riley, league sources tell ESPN. Kingsbury has one year remaining on his contract after this season. — Adam Schefter...
    Getty Images Kliff Kingsbury looks on against the Seattle Seahawks on November 21, 2021. With no football on a Sunday due to the Week 12 bye, there’s still some news for the Arizona Cardinals. According to ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter, the Oklahoma Sooners are targeting coach Kliff Kingsbury as a head coach target. Oklahoma has targeted Cardinals’ HC Kliff Kingsbury as one of the potential replacements for Lincoln Riley, league sources tell ESPN. Kingsbury has one year remaining on his contract after this season. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 28, 2021 Oklahoma lost highly-sought-out coach Lincoln Riley, who is reportedly set to be named head coach at USC. The transition from the Big 12 to the SEC could be a reason why Riley left Oklahoma. Now, they’re interested in the former college head coach who posted a 35-40 record with Texas Tech before being hired by the Cardinals in 2019. Of course, after a 9-2 start, Kingsbury is the favorite for coach of the year according to Draft Kings. Coach of the Year odds on DraftKings:...
    Getty Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury reacts to a call during Arizona's 23-13 victory in Seattle on Sunday, November 21. What a difference a 9-2 start makes. Coming into the 2021 season, Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury was considered by several analysts and writers to be squarely on the NFL coaching hot seat. Eleven weeks later, Kingsbury is a leading candidate for Coach of the Year. ALL the latest Cardinals news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Cardinals newsletter here! Join Heavy on Cardinals! Adam Schein, an NFL.com columnist and host of SiriusXM’s “Schein on Sports,” says it’s a two-coach race between Kingsbury and longtime New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick. “I think Kliff Kingsbury is an absolute stud,” Schein told Cardinals radio play-by-play announcer Dave Pasch on “The Dave Pasch Podcast” released Tuesday, November 23. “In terms of where I put him for Coach of the Year now, [he’s] top two. It’s Kliff Kingsbury and Bill Belichick,” he said. Kingsbury has guided the Cardinals to a league-leading 9-2 record in his third year with...
    Getty Arizona Cardinals QB Kyler Murray looks to pass during a 24-21 loss to the Green Bay Packers on October 28. Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury wants to give Kyler Murray a few more days to rest and recover before considering his quarterback’s availability against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 9. Kingsbury confirmed that Murray injured his ankle late in the Cardinals’ 24-21 home loss to the Green Bay Packers, but he did not provide a timeline for the QB’s return. ALL the latest Cardinals news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Cardinals newsletter here! Join Heavy on Cardinals! “We’re still progressing through that,” he told reporters Monday, November 1. “I know the weekend definitely helped, and so we’ll see where it goes from here.” Kingsbury described the injury as “day-to-day” and said he’ll wait until at least Wednesday, November 3, before commenting on how it could impact the game plan against the 49ers. “I don’t want to look ahead on that deal,” he said. “We’ll see how he feels on Wednesday.” Murray...
    How higher education can win the war against neoliberalism and white supremacy Gottlieb: Latest variant not contagious enough to change virus trajectory in US Kliff Kingsbury is back. The Arizona Cardinals head coach missed the matchup in Week 6 against the Cleveland Browns after testing positive for COVID-19, but his team was able to regroup and land a decisive win in his absence. They'll have him back on the sideline for the Week 7 fight with the Houston Texans though, after Kingsbury cleared league COVID-19 protocol on Sunday -- logging his second negative test in a 24-hour period -- the Cardinals announced, increasing their chances to potentially remain undefeated through their first seven games of the 2021 season. © Provided by CBS Sports Oct 10, 2021; Glendale, Arizona, USA; Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury watches the game during the first half against the San Francisco 49ers at State Farm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Chris Coduto-USA TODAY Sports Kingsbury was assisting virtually in helping the Cardinals coaching staff formulate a gameplan for last week and this week as well, with...
    Getty Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury reviews his play sheet on the sidelines against the L.A. Rams on October 3. Kliff Kingsbury will be back on the sidelines when the Arizona Cardinals host the Houston Texans. Kingsbury, who tested positive for COVID-19 on October 15 and missed the Cardinals’ 37-14 road victory over the Cleveland Browns two days later, cleared protocols for the virus with a negative test Sunday, October 24, the team announced. ALL the latest Cardinals news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Cardinals newsletter here! Join Heavy on Cardinals! Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury has been cleared to return, per NFL COVID protocols. He will be back on the sidelines at State Farm Stadium for this afternoon’s game vs. the Houston Texans. pic.twitter.com/ET5BoRmjyr — Mark Dalton (@CardsMarkD) October 24, 2021 The three players who also tested positive for the virus prior to the game against the Browns have not been cleared to return to the team and will miss the 6-0 Cardinals’ Week 7 matchup with the Texans (1-5). Linebacker Chandler...
    Angelina Jolie glows promoting Eternals in Rome after COVID quarantine, more celeb photos from Oct. 18-23 3 Best Ways to Invest for Retirement Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury will return to the sideline on Sunday after missing a game due to COVID-19 protocols. The Cardinals (6-0) host the Texans (1-5) in Week 7 in a late afternoon game.  Kingsbury was one of three in the organization to test positive for COVID-19 ahead of the Week 6 game against the Cleveland Browns and missed the 37-14 win that Sunday. Quarterbacks coach Cam Turner and defensive lineman Zach Allen also missed the game because of positive tests.  The club went into "enhanced mitigation protocols" and everyone was tested for COVID-19 daily no matter their vaccination status. Kingsbury tested negative again on Sunday morning to clear protocols and return to the sideline. He has not had symptoms.  He was not an in-person participant in practice all week, but was there virtually for meetings and the offensive game plan. The Cardinals prepared for if he did not clear protocols in time to...
    The head armorer of Rust once gave an 11-year-old actress a gun without checking it properly, The Daily Beast reports Large Cap Funds - 20 Best Large-Cap Stock Funds © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Cardinals announced head coach Kliff Kingsbury has cleared the league’s COVID-19 protocols, with two negative tests 24 hours apart. The team had to wait for the result of Sunday’s COVID-19 test to confirm his return. He will be back on the sideline today for the Cardinals game against the Texans. Kingsbury missed last week’s game after testing positive for COVID-19. He is vaccinated and was asymptomatic. The Cardinals, the NFL’s last undefeated team, didn’t miss Kingsbury as they beat the Browns 37-14 without him. The Cardinals had defensive coordinator Vance Joseph and special teams coordinator Jeff Rodgers split the head coaching duties last week, and offensive line coach/run game coordinator Sean Kugler and assistant wide receivers coach Spencer Whipple split the offensive play calling. Kliff Kingsbury has cleared COVID-19 protocols, will coach today originally...
    The 20 best British crime films The 8 Best Side Hustles for Gen Z © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Cardinals don’t know if head coach Kliff Kingsbury will coach them today, but he took a step in the right direction yesterday. Kingsbury, who missed last week’s game because of the league’s COVID-19 protocols, tested negative for COVID-19 yesterday, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. That means if he tests negative again today, he can coach against the Texans. Kingsbury is vaccinated and asymptomatic. Last week the Cardinals had defensive coordinator Vance Joseph and special teams coordinator Jeff Rodgers split Kingsbury’s typical head coaching duties, and offensive line coach/run game coordinator Sean Kugler and assistant wide receivers coach Spencer Whipple split the offensive play calling last week. Kliff Kingsbury tested COVID negative Saturday, will coach today if he tests negative again originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
    Kendall Jenner rocks a crop top with a slit in NYC, more celeb photos from Oct. 11-16 Cramers Mad Money Recap: J&J, Netflix, Nvidia, Tesla The Arizona Cardinals will be without head coach Kliff Kingsbury on Sunday. Kingsbury, the team announced on Friday night, was one of three people in the organization to test positive for COVID-19. He, along with quarterbacks coach Cam Turner and defensive lineman Zach Allen, will miss the game at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland. The Cardinals have yet to travel to Cleveland for the game, and are scheduled to do so on Saturday. The NFL, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, isn’t considering making any changes to the game due to the outbreak. The Cardinals are “going into enhanced mitigation protocols," meaning every player and staff member will be tested for the coronavirus daily regardless of their vaccination status. Arizona linebacker Chandler Jones also landed on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Tuesday, and Kingsbury said at the time that Jones was symptomatic. Video: Can Browns ruin Murray, Cardinals' perfection? (NBC Sports) Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD...
    The Arizona Cardinals will have to try to continue their unbeaten start to the 2021 season without head coach Kliff Kingsbury after a COVID-19 outbreak. The Cardinals are the only undefeated team remaining in the NFL, but their hopes of keeping that unblemished record intact just took a hit. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury and two others within the Cardinals organization have tested positive for COVID-19 and will not head to Cleveland for the Browns game.Kliff Kingsbury, Cam Turner and Zach Allen out with COVID-19Kingsbury tested positive on Friday along with quarterbacks coach Cam Turner and defensive lineman Zach Allen, according to Adam Schefter. “In Kingsbury’s place, DC Vance Joseph and assistant HC/ST coordinator Jeff Rodgers will split the Cards’ head-coaching duties,” Schefter reported. Allen has started four out of five games this season. He has one sack and 10 total tackles in his third year in the league. Arizona already had to deal with Chandler Jones being on the COVID list after testing positive with minor symptoms this week. He will have to have two negative tests in a row...
    Getty Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury grimaces on the sideline against the San Francisco 49ers on October 10. The Arizona Cardinals will be without head coach Kliff Kingsbury, one of his assistants and two defensive starters against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, October 17, following positive tests for COVID-19. FOX’s Jay Glazer broke the news of Kingsbury’s positive test on Twitter just before 5 p.m. MST Friday, October 15. Breaking… Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury has tested positive for COVID and is out for this week’s game. @NFLonFOX — Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) October 16, 2021 ALL the latest Cardinals news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Cardinals newsletter here! Join Heavy on Cardinals! The Cardinals followed up about five minutes later confirming that Kingsbury, quarterbacks coach Cam Turner and defensive tackle Zach Allen all will miss the Browns game after testing positive for the virus. Coach Kingsbury, QB Coach Cam Turner, and DT Zach Allen will miss Sunday’s game at Cleveland after testing positive for Covid-19.https://t.co/Burp2emaUz — Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) October 16, 2021 The new...
    TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona coach Kliff Kingsbury will miss the Cardinals’ game Sunday at Cleveland after testing positive for COVID-19. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Getty Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury looks at his play card during Arizona's 19-16 preseason victory over the Dallas Cowboys at State Farm Stadium on August 13, 2021, in Glendale, Arizona. If Kliff Kingsbury is on the NFL coaching hot seat this season, both the Arizona Cardinals coach and general manager Steve Keim have impressive poker faces. Neither took the bait when asked about the pressure on Kingsbury to make the playoffs in his third season as coach of the Cardinals. “I think going through being the head coach at your alma mater and getting fired is kind of walking through fire in this profession,” Kingsbury told reporters Wednesday, September 8. “So after going through that, not too much really fazes you.” Two days later, when asked by Arizona Sports 98.7 FM host John Gambadoro what improvements Kingsbury needs to make in 2021 to return as coach next season, Keim sidestepped the question. “I don’t look at it that way,” he said. “I look at the positives.” Keim cited the Cardinals’ ascension from a three-win team in 2018, to...
    Biden calls for unity as nation marks 20th anniversary of 9/11 Capitol riot defendant files request for removal of ankle monitor, citing loud beeping © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Steve Keim became the Cardinals’ General Manager in 2013. Two years later, the Cardinals made the NFC Championship Game, where they lost to the Panthers. The team has not made the playoffs since. The Cardinals, on paper, have their best team since 2015, which is why Keim feels “probably as good as I’ve felt about a team probably since 2015.” “I feel like we have a chance to be a really good football team, but we have to execute,” Keim said on his weekly radio appearance on Arizona Sports 98.7, via Darren Urban of the team website. It reiterated what Keim said earlier this week about having “no doubt” the Cardinals are a playoff team. So, what if the Cardinals don’t make the playoffs? Keim’s comments seem to put “win-now” pressure on the shoulders of coach Kliff Kingsbury. Keim, though,...
    Fact check: Viral posts falsely claim animals escaped zoo in New Jersey amid Ida Dems to make the case for immigration reform in $3.5T spending bill © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim said in a recent interview that he has “no doubt” that the Cardinals are a playoff team and that is his expectation for Kliff Kingsbury’s third season as their head coach. Should the Cardinals fall short of reaching that goal, much of the blame will fall on Kingsbury’s shoulders and that could be enough for the Cardinals to look in a different direction at head coach in 2022. On Wednesday, Kingsbury said that there’s pressure to win in the NFL every year and agreed that the Cardinals were “put together to win now” before adding that he’s not thrown by having that weight on his shoulders. “I think going through being the head coach at your alma mater and getting fired, it’s kind of walking through fire in this profession,” Kingsbury said, via...
    Prince George Is Englands Cutest Fan With Prince William and Kate Middleton at the Euro Finals 6 Rude Money Questions You Should Never Ask (or Answer) Yahoo Sports is previewing all 32 teams as we get ready for the NFL season, counting down the teams one per weekday in reverse order of our initial 2021 power rankings. No. 1 will be revealed on Aug. 4, the day before the Hall of Fame Game. © Provided by Yahoo! Sports (Yahoo Sports graphics by Amber Matsumoto) Kliff Kingsbury was an unusual hire by the Arizona Cardinals. He couldn't win in the Big 12, but the Cardinals were banking on him winning in the NFL.  Two years into the experiment, Kingsbury has had mixed reviews at best.  When the Cardinals fell apart last season, a lot of the blame fell on their head coach. In 2019, the Cardinals were a respectable 3-3-1 before losing seven of their last nine. Last season the Cardinals started 6-3 and missed the playoffs. They lost games they had no business losing. The Cardinals led the NFL...
    The NFL Draft is still a week away, but the Los Angeles Rams have already taken the “best war room” title from reigning champ, Kliff Kingsbury. Earlier this week, it was revealed the Rams would conduct their draft operations from a 9,000 square-foot Malibu mansion, in partnership with Rocket Mortgage. Cardinals coach Kingsbury, who had the most enviable setup of last year’s draft, speculated Thursday that ulterior motives are at play from his NFC West rival. “I re ally think it’s just a ploy by [Rams coach Sean] McVay to allow himself the opportunity to take his shirt off again and jump in the pool like he did on ‘Hard Knocks’, sip some rosé, take a dip in the ocean and make some draft picks,” Kingsbury said, according to ESPN’s Josh Weinfuss. McVay and fiancée Veronika Khomyn appeared in the most recent season on HBO’s “Hard Knocks,” which showcased the Rams and the Los Angeles Chargers. In one scene, the couple is seen sipping rosé outdoors from their Southern California estate. In response to Kingsbury’s now-viral comment, the Rams’...
    More On: nfl draft 2021 The last time Giants took risk and traded down in NFL draft Cornerback likely not a Giants priority at NFL Draft Jets bring cornerback need to NFL Draft Virginia Tech cornerback’s NFL draft status is a mystery The NFL Draft is still a week away, but the Los Angeles Rams have already taken the “best war room” title from reigning champ, Kliff Kingsbury. Earlier this week, it was revealed the Rams would conduct their draft operations from a 9,000 square-foot Malibu mansion, in partnership with Rocket Mortgage. Cardinals coach Kingsbury, who had the most enviable setup of last year’s draft, speculated Thursday that ulterior motives are at play from his NFC West rival. “I really think it’s just a ploy by [Rams coach Sean] McVay to allow himself the opportunity to take his shirt off again and jump in the pool like he did on ‘Hard Knocks’, sip some rosé, take a dip in the ocean and make some draft picks,” Kingsbury said, according to ESPN’s Josh Weinfuss. View this post on Instagram A...
    The Arizona Cardinals have almost exclusively added veterans in free agency thus far, acquiring former All-Pros by signing A.J. Green and J.J. Watt and trading for Rodney Hudson in a deal with the Raiders. All three players are over 30, though they each should have productive years left. On NFL Network, insider Ian Rapoport mentioned that “it feels like the Arizona Cardinals are going all in.” “Usually, these are the kind of guys who are the final pieces to a championship roster,” Rapoport said. “At least from the outside looking in, that’s what they seem to be doing.” But is this team anywhere near a championship contender? In two seasons under quarterback Kyler Murray and head coach Kliff Kingsbury, the Cardinals have gone 13-18-1, missing the playoffs both seasons. It’s fair to discount the first season, as it was Murray’s first as an NFL quarterback and Kingsbury’s as an NFL coach. But in the second season, despite Arizona getting off to a hot start, they collapsed down the stretch, losing five of their final seven games. Defenses adjusted to Kingsbury’s...
    With the Arizona Cardinals eliminated from playoff contention, is Kliff Kingsbury really the right man for the job? Earlier this season, the Arizona Cardinals were in first place in the NFC West with a 5-2 record, with one win coming in overtime against the Seattle Seahawks just before their Week 8 bye. They looked like instant playoff contenders at the time and many lauded the work of head coach Kliff Kingsbury. Fast-forward to Week 17, the Cardinals lost 18-7 to the Los Angeles Rams and officially handed the Chicago Bears the final Wild Card spot in the NFC. Arizona’s remarkable skid has many wondering: Is Kingsbury truly the right man for the job?Questions followed Kingsbury immediately in ArizonaFollowing a disastrous 2018 campaign, the Cardinals parted ways with then-head coach Steve Wilks after one season on the job. Granted, Wilks felt like a last-resort hire for Arizona, considering the “better” candidates of Matt Nagy and Pat Shurmur were already hired (yikes). With the first-overall pick in their grasp, the Cardinals needed to find a coach who could replicate the success that...
    Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury fist-bumped Philadelphia Eagles wideout after his receiving touchdown, and here’s the reason why. Week 15 featured an important NFC matchup between the Arizona Cardinals (7-6) and Philadelphia Eagles (4-8-1). The Cardinals are looking to hold onto the seventh-seed in the conference, while the Eagles aim to climb up the winnable NFC East. That makes it strange for a head coach to cheer on the other team in a game like this. With the Cardinals leading 26-14 in the waning seconds of the second quarter, Eagles rookie quarterback Jalen Hurts connected with wide receiver Greg Ward for a five-yard touchdown. Following the score, Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury rushed down the sidelines to give Ward a fist bump. But there’s a good reason for that. According to NFL Network’s Peter Schrager, Kingsbury recruited Ward out of high school and the two have known each other for over 10 years. Hence why Kingsbury was happy to see the Eagles wideout score a touchdown. Kinda unusual that Cards coach Kliff Kingsbury was giving props to Greg Ward...
    Being an NFL head coach has its perks, like being able to live in a multi-million dollar home. Kliff Kingsbury showed off just how nice being the coach of the Cardinals can be ahead of the 2020 NFL Draft. Due to the pandemic, teams had to remain at home during the draft and work through various communication softwares to make their selections. As a result, we got to see how coaches in the NFL lived. While some coaches had a pretty boring setup, others like Kingsbury showed off their wealth. MORE: The oldest players in the 2020 NFL season Kliff Kingsbury’s house Kingsbury owns a $4.45 million mansion in Paradise Valley, AZ. He bought it shortly after becoming the Cardinals’ coach, and who can blame him for taking ownership of such a great property?  Kingsbury’s house was finished in 2017 and encompasses 7,200 square feet on over an acre of land. His house has four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. More from Realtor.com: The sleek architectural designed by Ilan Pivko offers views of Camelback Mountain from every room in the back of the house. The...
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