“I did a lot of research, a lot of thought about it and it’s good for me,” he said. “I’m very happy.”
The news conference was packed with television crews and reporters, a big turnout that could be attributed to the fact that many assumed it had something to do with quarterback Matt Leinart, who reportedly is a candidate to be traded or released.
Whisenhunt was amused.
“I have to admit I was kind of tickled,” he said.
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