​The ​Cardinals parted ways with a pair of head coaches this season, moving on from Mike McCoy and Steve Wilks throughout the 2018 season. There will be yet another face at the helm of the team in 2019, as the Cardinals have agreed to a deal with ​Kliff Kingsbury

Kingsbury had recently agreed to a deal to become the ​offensive coordinator at USC, but instead he was ​lured to the NFL and signed a deal with the Cardinals. 

​​Kingsbury generated a lot of interest from various NFL teams due to his sharp offensive mind; however, the former Texas Tech head coach hasn't shown a long history of success as a head coach. 

In fact, Kingsbury only accomplished two winning seasons at Texas Tech, in 2013 and 2015, and he posted a 1-2 record in bowl games. Throughout his six seasons with the Red Raiders' program, Kingsbury earned a 35-40 record.

The Cardinals will be hoping that Kingsbury can help speed up the development of young quarterback Josh Rosen while helping the team bounce back from a 3-13 season in 2018.