The merry-go-round continues in the search for the Cardinals head coach.
Reports state yes, Todd Haley is in town interviewing.
But wait, reports state no, Haley is not interviewing.
So what do we know for sure here? That we have conflicting reports.
Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette quoted the Steelers president Art Rooney II as confirming that Haley is indeed interviewing with the Cardinals.
However, Haley's agent said, "No interview."
Haley is no stranger to Arizona. He joined the Cards in 2007 as the offensive coordinator to Ken Whisenhunt. In 2009 he left for the Chiefs head coaching position. In 2011, Haley was fired after just 13 games, going 5-8. This year, he's the offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
So in the end, we don't know. What we do know is that when the Cardinals officially announce their head coach, then, and only then, will we know who the Cardinals have hired for sure.
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