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Arizona Football’s social media page deletes video of Steve Keim amidst controversy

Cardinals general manager Steve Keim (center) looks on before a game against the Rams on Dec. 23 at State Farm Stadium. Cardinals Rams

It’s widely known that former Cardinals general manager Steve Keim isn’t exactly been a fan favorite in Arizona. Recently, however, Keim’s already tarnished legacy as a GM has taken a further hit, with consequences now extending to the new Cardinals’ regime.

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As of late, Steve Wilks, the Cardinals old head coach, has come forward to claim that team owner Michael Bidwill was aware of Keim’s use of a burner phone while facing suspension. 

This revelation has sparked concerns that the Cardinals may face the loss of a draft pick in the upcoming year, leaving fans frustrated with Keim’s continued impact on the team.

Oddly enough, amidst all this controversy, the University of Arizona’s social media manager made an eyebrow-raising move by sharing a video of Keim delivering a motivational speech to the Wildcats’ football team.

The post was accompanied by the hashtag “weEducate.”

While it was quickly deleted due to a load of hate comments, plenty of screenshots were taken.

In hindsight, maybe this was not the best decision by Arizona’s social media team.

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