REPORT: Steve Keim out as Cardinals’ GM, could be retained in lesser role

The Arizona Cardinals’ offseason begins and one of potentially many changes for the team is happening. There will be a change in general manager.

According to The Score’s Jordan Schultz, general manager Steve Keim, currently on a health-related leave of absence, will not be retained as the GM.

Keim, though, might remain with the organization. Schultz reports the door is open for his return in a lesser capacity.

Keim worked his way up the ranks in the Cardinals’ organization, so he very well could be willing to return.

The Cardinals will have a new general manager for the first time since 2013, when Keim was hired to replace Rod Graves. He signed a five-year contract extension through 2027 last offseason.

Currently, in Keim’s absence, Quentin Harris and Adrian Wilson are splitting duties. The Cardinals are considering keeping them both in a co-GM role.


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