Current USC offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury is reportedly interviewing with NFL teams, according to Jay Glazer of Fox Sports.
Glazer reported that "likely means [Kingsbury] has resigned as USC offensive coordinator" and that "USC was blocking him from interviewing for NFL head coaching openings," though Adam Maya of Rivals noted that Kingsbury hasn't resigned.
ESPN's Adam Schefter added that Kingsbury is expected to begin the interviewing process at the NFL level, and the "Arizona Cardinals and New York Jets wanted to talk to him, and Kingsbury is square in the head coach mix."
Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk reported Saturday that Kingsbury might pay the buyout in his contract and resign from the Trojans if they continue to prevent him from interviewing with NFL teams—though it now appears USC has stepped out of the way. Albert Breer of The MMQB noted that there's been "steady buzz over the last three or four days the ex-Texas Tech coach is a very strong possibility" for the Cardinals.