Kliff Kingsbury to be ‘unreachable’ for next month

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Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury is a tireless worker during most of the year. He is usually the first one in the building in the morning and football consumes his mind for most of the year.

With the conclusion of mandatory minicamp last week, veterans are done until training camp and Kingsbury finally takes a break.

“The next month is my time,” he said last week. “Y’all won’t see me.”

He isn’t just getting out of town. He is leaving the U.S. for now.

“I will be of the country,” he said, “unreachable for any of y’all.”

He won’t have to do press conferences or radio interviews. He gets away from football for a bit.

Next month, though, he will be back in the building and the grind begins.

“I get away for about three weeks and then we’ll get in and start finalizing scripts for training camp,” he said.

That would be roughly the week of July 11, about two weeks before players report for camp, which will begin sometime at the end of July.

At this time of year, the place to find him is probably near some sandy beach with a tropical climate.

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