Offensive coordinator making big waves in ArizonaPosted: Updated:
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- Todd Haley is loud, blunt and often argues with his players. He also is an emerging coaching star as the man who calls the shots for the high-scoring Arizona Cardinals' offense.
Haley's temper was on full display in Sunday's game, in a first-half argument with quarterback Kurt Warner, then in a shouting match with wide receiver Anquan Boldin during Arizona's game-winning fourth-quarter drive.
The players say they're used to it.
Haley started his coaching career with the Jets in 1996 and, as an offensive assistant for wide receivers,
When Ken Whisenhunt was hired by the Cardinals, he brought Haley in as offensive coordinator.
Whisenhunt says he wants to provide Haley with the same opportunity that ex-Pittsburgh coach Bill Cowher did for him.