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By PFW staff

The Cardinals hired Harold Goodwin (offensive coordinator), Todd Bowles (defensive coordinator) and Tom Moore (assistant head coach/offense), the team announced Monday.

Goodwin, Bowles and Moore join Bruce Arians’ new staff in Arizona.

Goodwin was the Colts’ offensive line coach last year, working under Arians, a familiar role for him. From 2007-11, Goodwin was with Arians in Pittsburgh, where he was an offensive assistant. He was an assistant with the Bears from 2004-06.

Bowles was promoted to defensive coordinator during the 2012 season for the Eagles, replacing Juan Castillo. He began the season as their defensive backs coach.

From 2008-11, Bowles was the Dolphins’ assistant head coach/secondary coach. He was also interim head coach at the end of the 2011 season. Prior to coaching in Miami, Bowles spent time coaching with the Jets, Browns and Cowboys.

Moore has been a coach since 1961 and in the NFL since 1977. In 2011, Moore was an offensive consultant with the Jets, and he worked with the Titans for the final five weeks of the 2012 season. He was the Colts’ offensive coordinator for 12 years and a senior offensive assistant in 2010. Moore has coached with the Steelers, Vikings and Saints as well in his coaching career. 

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