Names start to float for Cardinals’ staff

Kliff Kingsbury (and Steve Keim) are working on building out the coaching staff. The Cardinals have not made any official announcements yet, but there have been potential names flying fast and furious almost as soon as Kingsbury finished up his introductory press conference. One report has Kingsbury making a choice to keep one Steve Wilks assistant in place -- special teams coordinator Jeff Rodgers, who did a nice job renovating that group this season. There has been no official announcement on Rodgers either.

Here are the other names among the reports (click on the various links to see from where they originate). Again, these are guys reportedly interviewing at this point:

-- Former Giants head coach Ben McAdoo for offensive coordinator or other offensive spot.

-- Former Falcons offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian for offensive coordinator.

-- Former Broncos head coach Vance Joseph for defensive coordiantor.

-- Former Colts head coach Chuck Pagano for defensive coordinator.

-- Former Packers defensive coordinator/Panthers head coach Dom Capers for defensive coordinator.

-- Current Jets (and former Cardinals) running backs coach Stump Mitchell for an offensive position.

-- Current Packers wide receivers coach David Raih for wide receivers coach.

Cardinals special teams coordinator Jeff Rodgers talks to RB T.J. Logan on the sideline during a game

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