Cardinals' Kliff Kingsbury (COVID-19) will not coach Week 6's game against Browns
Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury (COVID-19) will be unavailable for Week 6's game against the Cleveland Browns.
Kingsbury has reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 and will not be available for Sunday's clash with Cleveland. Quarterback coach Cam Turner and defensive tackle Zach Allen will also miss Week 6's game due to positive tests. Kingsbury usually operates as Arizona's play-caller and offensive coordinator, a role that will fall to someone less experienced on Sunday.
The Cardinals have an implied win probability of 41.5% against the Browns in Week 6, according to numberFire's models.
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