Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires

first_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Comments   Share   Here’s what the rest of the staff looks like:Amos Jones – Special teams coordinatorJames Bettcher – Outside linebackersBrentson Buckner – Defensive lineMike Caldwell – LinebackersRick Christophel – Tight endsDarryl Drake – Wide receiversKevin Garver – Offensive assistantSteve Heiden – Assistant special teams/assistant tight endsStump Mitchell – Running backsTom Pratt – Pass rush specialistNick Rapone – Defensive backsKevin Ross – CornerbacksLarry Zierlein – Assistant offensive lineFreddie Kitchens, who was on Ken Whisenhunt’s staff as the tight ends coach, now shifts to quarterbacks and Ryan Slowik moves from outside linebackers coach to defensive assistant/assistant defensive backs.Strength and conditioning coordinator John Lott and conditioning coach Pete Alosi were retained in those roles.As Cardinals vice president of media relations Mark Dalton tweeted, this is a very experienced group of coaches assembled by Arians.New @azcardinals staff has 196 combined yrs coaching exp at college level, 191 yrs NFL coaching exp & 66 yrs NFL playing exp— MarkDalton (@CardsMarkD) February 5, 2013 When Bruce Arians was introduced as the head coach of the Arizona Cardinals January 18, he stated at his press conference that he’d like to have his new coaching staff in place by the end of that weekend.It didn’t happen quite that fast, but Arians did fill out his coaching staff Tuesday afternoon.We knew that Todd Bowles was the defensive coordinator, Harold Goodwin the offensive coordinator and Tom Moore was the assistant head coach and offensive assistant, but 13 new members of the staff were revealed. Top Stories center_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and sellinglast_img

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