The Arizona Cardinals hired three assistant coaches Monday, including former Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Todd Bowles.
Bowles, who was originally the secondary coach this past season with the Eagles before being promoted to defensive coordinator on Oct. 16, will serve as Arizona's defensive coordinator and has 13 years of NFL coaching experience.
Also joining new head coach Bruce Arians' staff in Arizona is Harold Goodwin, who will serve as the team's offensive coordinator. Goodwin spent the 2012 season with Arians in Indianapolis as an offensive line coach. Prior to his time with the Colts, Goodwin served as an offensive assistant with the Pittsburgh Steelers from 2007-11.
Tom Moore joins the Cardinals after spending 13 years with the Colts (1998-2010), including 12 as the team's offensive coordinator with Peyton Manning and one as an offensive assistant.