Having already interviewed four candidates, the Arizona Cardinals will continue their coaching search by interviewing Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, according to a report from Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.
Bevell quickly became one of the top coaching candidates after his work with rookie Russell Wilson. The Seahawks started slow in Bevell's second season as offensive coordinator, but came on strong in the second half and finished ninth in the NFL in points per game. Bevell, who was born in Yuma, Ariz., also spent five seasons as the offensive coordinator in Minnesota.
The Cardinals were rumored to be favoring Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy, but he was named the San Diego Chargers head coach on Tuesday. Bevell becomes the fifth known candidate to interview, joining McCoy, Cincinnati offensive coordinator Jay Gruden, Pittsburgh offensive coordinator Todd Haley and Arizona defensive coordinator Ray Horton.