Patrick Mahomes Coach Kliff Kingsbury On His Way To The National Football League, Can Be Picked By The Arizona Cardinals

January 9, 2019
First published on:January 9, 2019
by Robert Stewart

Kliff Kingsbury, Patrick Mahomes' college coach, is on his way to The National Football League. The Arizona Cardinals reportedly sat down to chat with Kliff Kingsbury and they aren't the only team who wants him on their side. The New York Jets, at the very least, also cast their name into the ring.


From 2013 to 2018, Kingsbury is known for being the Texas Tech's Head Coach, which gave him the opportunity to coach current NFL quarters such as Patrick Mahomes, Davis Webb, Case Keenum, and Baker Mayfield.

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The league searches for the next Sean McVay as NFL continues to shift towards severe passing offenses. Hence, Kingsbury can be the right guy for the job.

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While Kingsbury is entering the picture, without confidence, it sounds like he'd grab an opening.

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In particular, Steve Wilks, who spent the first year in Arizona with an aging list, would reportedly be replaced by Kingsbury. Despite being sacked by Green Bay Packers, Mike McCarthy refused to interview him, and so did Kansas City Chief offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy.