The Arizona Cardinals aren’t predicted to retain head coach Steve Wilks, according to sources, the upcoming likely move around in what is shaping up to be the most disorderly head-coaching cycle as 2013, when there were eight changes.

It currently seems like a forgone conclusion that the NFL will see at least eight varies this season, and it can mark the most turnover since 1-1 teams made head-coaching changes in ’09, league sources told ESPN.

Hue Jackson was terminated by the Browns in October, also Mike McCarthy was terminated by the Packers earlier this month — and also more head-coaching changes are expected in the forthcoming weeks.

1 source said he couldn’t envision a scenario where the Cardinals would recreate Wilks, that was just hired in January — a sign of how quickly owners get depressed and impatient.

Wilks’ passing would mark the following shooting to get a minority head coach highlighting a growing dilemma for the league.

Tomlin, Lynn and Lewis then would be left as the league’s just African American head trainers at some time once the league has awakened its Rooney Rule qualifications and tried to advance the hiring of minorities.

The Cardinals have been 3-11 entering Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams. If they lose their final 2 matches, their 3-13 list will match their worst as the franchise moved from St. Louis in 1988.

“Guys are still competing,” Wilks said earlier this week, after referring to last Sunday’s 40-14 loss to the Atlanta Falcons as”not okay.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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