CLE, AZ, PHI and SD all interested in Penn State's Bill O'Brien according to pro and college sources. Pursuit begins this week— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) January 1, 2013
Black Monday has come and gone in the NFL and two more teams have emerged as being interested in talking with Bill O'Brien about being their head coach as CBS Sports's Jason LaCanfora says that the Arizona Cardinals and San Diego Chargers are now linked to the Penn State coach in addition to Cleveland and Philadelphia.
O'Brien is now hitting at above a 50% clip with teams that have vacancies as seven coaches were let go yesterday.
Arizona doesn't really have the quarterback situation that O'Brien would want to walk into while San Diego still has a Philip Rivers in his prime leading the team.
O'Brien or his agent haven't commented on interest or lack thereof in the new rumors since they broke on Sunday, only that no teams had yet to reach out. O'Brien did say in November that he planned on being the coach of Penn State.
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