The Cardinals interviewed Tom Clements for their offensive coordinator post but will be bringing him aboard with a different title.
Arizona will add Clements as its quarterbacks coach and passing-game coordinator, Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reports (on Twitter). At this point, the Cardinals are not expected to fill the position of offensive coordinator, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com tweets.
Kliff Kingsbury is essentially going to serve in that role, with the 65-year-old Clements now set to play a key role in assisting the first-time NFL coach. The plan will be for Kingsbury to call plays but Clements to assist him in game plans and other facets, per the Arizona Republic’s Bob McManamon. Clements’ primary role will be developing Josh Rosen.