The Arizona Cardinals fired Kliff Kingsbury on Monday. Kingsbury is a smart offensive mind but was unable to get over the hump in Arizona, making only one playoff appearance in three seasons and getting beat soundly in that one playoff appearance. It's a surprise move given Kingsbury signed an extension after last season but probably the right one.
Now the Cardinals need to find a head coach who can work with Kyler Murray. Unfortunately whoever takes the job will be at a handicap from the get-go; Murray tore his ACL in December and probably will not be ready for the start of next season. Arizona also has a lot of other roster issues they have to deal with. This is not a championship-ready team by any stretch of the imagination.
But NFL head coaching jobs that come with a franchise QB attached are not common so there will be a lot of interest in the gig.