The Cardinals have in-house candidates to replace just-fired general manager Rod Graves and head coach Ken Whisenhunt if they want them.
But if personnel man Steve Keim and defensive coordinator Ray Horton hang around, they’ll need to fill an offensive staff.
In addition to the previously reported top jobs, the Cardinals announced they also cleaned out their offensive coaches, firing assistant head coach/line coach Russ Grimm, offensive coordinator Mike Miller, offensive quality control coach Chad Grimm, quarterbacks coach John McNulty, wide receivers coach Frank Reich and running backs coach Tommie Robinson.
Horton is viewed a valuable commodity, so giving him or whoever the next head coach is a chance to fix a bad offense will be an attractive selling point.
Of course, adding a quarterback would be more of one.