National Football League
                === Reports: Reid could be headed to Arizona ===
 (Sports  Network) - Andy  Reid is very close to becoming the next coach of the
 Arizona Cardinals.
 Multiple  reports surfaced Tuesday that Reid will be named the next head coach
 of  the  Cardinals by the end  of the week. The  news comes just one day after
 Reid's memorable 14-year tenure in Philadelphia came to an end.
 KTVK-TV in Phoenix reported that the deal to hire the former Eagles head coach
 is "all but done."
 However,  the Cardinals  have yet to set up an interview with Reid. Meanwhile,
 Arizona  interviewed defensive  coordinator Ray  Horton Tuesday  for the  head
 coaching   spot  and   has  scheduled  an  interview  with  Broncos  offensive
 coordinator Mike McCoy for Saturday in Denver.
 On  Monday, Arizona  fired former head coach Ken Whisenhunt along with general
 manager Rod Graves.
 Arizona  started off the season with four consecutive wins, but then lost nine
 straight  and finished off the season with just a 5-11 mark as the team missed
 the playoffs for a third straight year.
 Reid,  the winningest  coach in  Philadelphia  history, went  130-93-1 in  the
 regular season along with a 10-9 mark in the playoffs over his tenure with the
 Eagles, which began in 1999.
 Under  Reid, the  Eagles made  nine playoff  appearances, played  in five  NFC
 Championship  Games and  lost to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXIX.
 The  Eagles, though,  missed the  playoffs the  past two  years following  two
 straight years of first-round losses.
 If  Reid  joined the  Cardinals he  would reunite with  Kevin Kolb. The Eagles
 traded  the quarterback  to  Arizona  in July  2011  for cornerback  Dominique
 Rodgers-Cromartie and a second-round pick.
 Kolb  has seen  limited playing  time in  his two  seasons in  Arizona due  to
 01/01 18:33:33 ET