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According to reports, a groping incident in Mexico City led to the departure of the Cardinals’ coach Sean Kugler.

 The Cardinals’ season has been turbulent thus far, and it became much more so during the team’s Week 11 trip to Mexico City.

During Monday Night Football in Estadio Azteca, the Cardinals were unable to compete with the 49ers. Arizona was thrashed 38-10, mirroring their season-opening loss to the Chiefs (44-21).

However, the Cardinals’ on-field defeat was not their only setback. Sean Kugler, their run game coordinator, and offensive line coach, was also let go.

Kugler was fired in Mexico City 


SEAN KUGLER WAS FIRED BY THE CARDINALS FOR WHAT REASON? 

Also read: Tom Brady’s NFL Forecast Indicates That the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Star Will Return From Retirement

Sean Kugler was fired by the club while they were in Mexico City and did not play in the game on Monday as a result.

According to initial accounts, there was an “incident” that resulted in Sean Kugler’s departure. More information regarding what happened to Sean Kugler was provided on Wednesday.

Here’s what you need to know about the Cardinals’ sudden move to fire Kugler during the season.

Sean Kugler was fired by the Cardinals for what reason?

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According to ESPN, the Cardinals fired Sean Kugler because he was involved in a groping incident.

The event happened on Sunday night, and Mexican authorities were informed. They immediately informed the Cardinals of what had occurred, who responded quickly to cancel Kugler’s contract and return him to Arizona. Kugler returned to Arizona on Monday. He never coached against the 49ers.

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Kugler’s firing marks the Cardinals’ second in-season coaching change this season. James Saxon, a former running backs coach, was arrested in May and charged with assaulting a lady at her Indianapolis home. He kept his work at first but was placed on administrative leave after his arrest became public on August 4. In October, Saxon resigned from his position with the Cardinals. Arizona has not named a direct successor for him.

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With Kugler gone, the Cardinals will have just eight offensive coaches on their staff, not including Kingsbury. The organisation hasn’t named a replacement for Kugler, but Brian Natkin would be a reasonable choice. Behind Kugler, he is the team’s assistant offensive line coach.

Who exactly is Sean Kugler?

Since 1990, Kugler has been a coach. The 56-year-old began his career in high school but has since progressed to prominent college and NFL positions.

Kugler’s most recent coaching position was as head coach at his alma university, UTEP, for five years (2013-17). During that time, he had an 18-36 record. Kugler has played for the Lions, Bills, Steelers, and Broncos in the NFL. He gained most of his experience as an offensive line coach, although he has also worked with tight ends.

Kugler was in charge of the Cardinals’ rushing game strategy. It will be intriguing to see how they perform without him in Week 12 this year when they face the Chargers’ poor run defense.

According to reports, a groping incident in Mexico City led to the departure of the Cardinals’ coach Sean Kugler.

 The Cardinals’ season has been turbulent thus far, and it became much more so during the team’s Week 11 trip to Mexico City.

During Monday Night Football in Estadio Azteca, the Cardinals were unable to compete with the 49ers. Arizona was thrashed 38-10, mirroring their season-opening loss to the Chiefs (44-21).

However, the Cardinals’ on-field defeat was not their only setback. Sean Kugler, their run game coordinator, and offensive line coach, was also let go.

Kugler was fired in Mexico City 


SEAN KUGLER WAS FIRED BY THE CARDINALS FOR WHAT REASON? 

Also read: Tom Brady’s NFL Forecast Indicates That the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Star Will Return From Retirement

Sean Kugler was fired by the club while they were in Mexico City and did not play in the game on Monday as a result.

According to initial accounts, there was an “incident” that resulted in Sean Kugler’s departure. More information regarding what happened to Sean Kugler was provided on Wednesday.

Here’s what you need to know about the Cardinals’ sudden move to fire Kugler during the season.

Sean Kugler was fired by the Cardinals for what reason?

According to ESPN, the Cardinals fired Sean Kugler because he was involved in a groping incident.

The event happened on Sunday night, and Mexican authorities were informed. They immediately informed the Cardinals of what had occurred, who responded quickly to cancel Kugler’s contract and return him to Arizona. Kugler returned to Arizona on Monday. He never coached against the 49ers.

Kugler’s firing marks the Cardinals’ second in-season coaching change this season. James Saxon, a former running backs coach, was arrested in May and charged with assaulting a lady at her Indianapolis home. He kept his work at first but was placed on administrative leave after his arrest became public on August 4. In October, Saxon resigned from his position with the Cardinals. Arizona has not named a direct successor for him.

With Kugler gone, the Cardinals will have just eight offensive coaches on their staff, not including Kingsbury. The organisation hasn’t named a replacement for Kugler, but Brian Natkin would be a reasonable choice. Behind Kugler, he is the team’s assistant offensive line coach.

Who exactly is Sean Kugler?

Since 1990, Kugler has been a coach. The 56-year-old began his career in high school but has since progressed to prominent college and NFL positions.

Kugler’s most recent coaching position was as head coach at his alma university, UTEP, for five years (2013-17). During that time, he had an 18-36 record. Kugler has played for the Lions, Bills, Steelers, and Broncos in the NFL. He gained most of his experience as an offensive line coach, although he has also worked with tight ends.

Kugler was in charge of the Cardinals’ rushing game strategy. It will be intriguing to see how they perform without him in Week 12 this year when they face the Chargers’ poor run defense.

According to reports, a groping incident in Mexico City led to the departure of the Cardinals’ coach Sean Kugler.

 The Cardinals’ season has been turbulent thus far, and it became much more so during the team’s Week 11 trip to Mexico City.

During Monday Night Football in Estadio Azteca, the Cardinals were unable to compete with the 49ers. Arizona was thrashed 38-10, mirroring their season-opening loss to the Chiefs (44-21).

However, the Cardinals’ on-field defeat was not their only setback. Sean Kugler, their run game coordinator, and offensive line coach, was also let go.

Kugler was fired in Mexico City 


SEAN KUGLER WAS FIRED BY THE CARDINALS FOR WHAT REASON? 

Also read: Tom Brady’s NFL Forecast Indicates That the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Star Will Return From Retirement

Sean Kugler was fired by the club while they were in Mexico City and did not play in the game on Monday as a result.

According to initial accounts, there was an “incident” that resulted in Sean Kugler’s departure. More information regarding what happened to Sean Kugler was provided on Wednesday.

Here’s what you need to know about the Cardinals’ sudden move to fire Kugler during the season.

Sean Kugler was fired by the Cardinals for what reason?

According to ESPN, the Cardinals fired Sean Kugler because he was involved in a groping incident.

The event happened on Sunday night, and Mexican authorities were informed. They immediately informed the Cardinals of what had occurred, who responded quickly to cancel Kugler’s contract and return him to Arizona. Kugler returned to Arizona on Monday. He never coached against the 49ers.

Kugler’s firing marks the Cardinals’ second in-season coaching change this season. James Saxon, a former running backs coach, was arrested in May and charged with assaulting a lady at her Indianapolis home. He kept his work at first but was placed on administrative leave after his arrest became public on August 4. In October, Saxon resigned from his position with the Cardinals. Arizona has not named a direct successor for him.

With Kugler gone, the Cardinals will have just eight offensive coaches on their staff, not including Kingsbury. The organisation hasn’t named a replacement for Kugler, but Brian Natkin would be a reasonable choice. Behind Kugler, he is the team’s assistant offensive line coach.

Who exactly is Sean Kugler?

Since 1990, Kugler has been a coach. The 56-year-old began his career in high school but has since progressed to prominent college and NFL positions.

Kugler’s most recent coaching position was as head coach at his alma university, UTEP, for five years (2013-17). During that time, he had an 18-36 record. Kugler has played for the Lions, Bills, Steelers, and Broncos in the NFL. He gained most of his experience as an offensive line coach, although he has also worked with tight ends.

Kugler was in charge of the Cardinals’ rushing game strategy. It will be intriguing to see how they perform without him in Week 12 this year when they face the Chargers’ poor run defense.

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