Cardinals' Kingsbury tight-lipped about offense on 1st day of OTAs

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Cardinals' Kingsbury tight-lipped about offense on 1st day of OTAs
Cardinals' Kingsbury tight-lipped about offense on 1st day of OTAs

TEMPE, Ariz. — Monday marked the first day that Arizona Cardinals veterans and rookies both gathered, and it brought the first real opportunity to begin discerning just what this Kliff Kingsbury offense will look like. Getting the first-year head coach to talk about its identity as it makes an NFL transition from the elite spread attack Kingsbury operated at Texas Tech was like pulling teeth. At the first day of voluntary organized team activities (OTAs), the head coach said he wasn't sure how often the Cardinals will snap it out of the shotgun — though he did make sure to mention that the Kansas City Chiefs ran the NFL's best offense snapping it in the gun more than 80% of the time. He didn't

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