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Sport Cardinals' Arians plans to coach past 2017 if healthy

23:20  13 july  2017
23:20  13 july  2017 Source:   thescore.com

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Arians is entering his fifth season as the Cardinals ' head coach , but wouldn't commit past the 2017 campaign, citing his ongoing health concerns. "I hope not," Arians said. "That's going to mean I'm not healthy ."

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  Cardinals' Arians plans to coach past 2017 if healthy © Norm Hall / Getty Images Sport / Getty

Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians is the fearless leader of his organization, but he doesn't have a specific timeline on how long he'll remain on the sidelines.

Arians is entering his fifth season as the Cardinals' head coach, but wouldn't commit past the 2017 campaign, citing his ongoing health concerns.

"We'll reevaluate it at the end of next year, and hopefully we'll be ready for another one," Arians said to ESPN's Josh Weinfuss.

Arians has successfully fended off prostate cancer, but recently had to fight through numerous other health scares.

The 64-year-old underwent surgery in February to remove a cancerous part of his kidney after doctors found the afflicted area in December.

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Cards' Arians plans to coach in '18 if healthy . Arizona Cardinals . 368dJosh Weinfuss. Could 2017 be his last season? "I hope not," Arians said. "That's going to mean I'm not healthy ." Bruce Arians plans to coach at least a few more seasons if his health holds up.

Bruce Arians is calling it a career. The 65-year-old is expected to retire after five years as head coach of the Cardinals , he announced on Monday. The franchise hasn't been the same since, going 15-16-1 over the past two seasons.

After battling through a series of tests and procedures, Arians doesn't want the 2017 season to be his last.

"I hope not," Arians said. "That's going to mean I'm not healthy."

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