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Arizona Cardinals tried to interview Sullivan

Jan 31, 2007 at 12:06 PM--


According to the East Valley Tribune, new Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt sent a request to interview San Francisco 49ers wide receivers coach Jerry Sullivan for their vacant wide receivers coach position. Nolan and the team denied the Cardinals permission to talk to Sullivan who is currently under contract.

49ers coaches seem to be a hot commodity during the offseason.



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