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Cardinals part ways with longtime senior executive Quentin Harris

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In an unexpected move, the Arizona Cardinals have made a decision to relieve a senior executive of his services today.

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According to lead CBS NFL insider Jonathan Jones, Arizona has “parted ways” with their vice president of player personnel, Quentin Harris.

Jones said that Harris has been involved in the Cards’ scouting department for 16 years, and was known as a “respected personnel man.”

Before his playing days in the NFL were over, Harris was a defensive back for the Cardinals for four seasons (2002-2005) and played one year with the Denver Broncos in 2006. In his career, the now 47-year-old accumulated 111 tackles, one interception and a sack in 60 games.

Once Harris decided to retire, he joined Arizona’s front office back in 2008 as a scout before becoming director of pro scouting and director of player personnel. He would receive the promotion to vice president of player personnel in February of 2021.

In the past, he has also interviewed for the Cardinals, New York Giants and Tennessee Titans’ general manager positions.

Following this departure, Harris will be seeking new opportunities within the NFL.

If more news on this situation comes out, Burn City Sports will keep you up-to-date.

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