REPORT: Kliff Kingsburgy Could Resign As Cardinals Head Coach At End Of Season

Speculation surrounding the future of Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury has been heating up and it intensified this past week after the Cardinals fell to 4-10 and the team’s general manager, Steve Keim, took an indefinite leave of absence.

The speculation has many been centered around Arizona potentially firing Kingsbury, an ESPN report suggests it could be Kingsbury that quits on the Cardinals.

“Maybe Kliff will just resign,” a source close to Kingsbury speculated in an ESPN story by Jeremy Fowler and Josh Weinfuss, “tired of the B.S.”

Kingsbury is described as being “miserable” this season by a source in the report.


The report says that “multiple team sources see a path where Bidwill gives Kingsbury another year, due in part to injuries ravaging the roster and a personnel department in flux.”

It says: “The decision about Kingsbury’s future, and the direction of the organization, will fall to Bidwill. Multiple sources inside and outside the Cardinals organization said the relationship between Kingsbury and Bidwill has not been without its own share of tension, though the two men, along with defensive coordinator Vance Joseph, regularly meet for film sessions and one-on-one postgame meetings.”

The Cardinals have dealt with a lot of injuries this season and a lot of drama on and off the field, but it would probably have to take something very “miserable” for Kingsbury to resign after signing a lengthy contract extension before this season.