On Tuesday we found out that Kliff Kingsbury and Bruce Arians were headed to the NFL sidelines for the 2019 season.

The Arizona Cardinals hired Kingsbury as their new head coach on a four-year deal with an option for a fifth while the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made Arians the 12th head coach in the franchise’s history, also agreeing to a four-year deal with an option for a fifth.

The 39-year old Kingsbury had joined USC as offensive coordinator just 34 days ago after he was fired by Texas Tech following six seasons as head coach. Originally, the Trojans were not denying NFL teams’ requests to interview him.

Kingsbury has a lot of intriguing pieces to work with in Arizona, including 2018 first-round pick Josh Rosen. Rosen struggled much of his rookie season but has the potential to emerge as a future franchise quarterback. The Cardinals also feature young stars David Johnson and Christian Kirk.

Kingsbury had a 35-40 record with the Red Raiders and never finished above .500 in Big 12 play.

Arizona also picked up a draft pick on the day when their former coach joined the Buccaneers.

Because Arians had retired from football after the 2017 season, while still under contract with Arizona, Tampa Bay and the Cardinals were required to swap late-round 2019 picks in order for the Buccaneers to acquire Arians’ rights.

Not long ago, the NFL had ruled that Tampa Bay would not be required to send compensation to Arizona, but a late argument from the Cards resulted in the flip of a sixth-round pick for a seventh-round pick and Arians rights.

Due to Arians numerous health scares over the years, Tampa required Arians to undergo a physical before signing him.

Byron Leftwich will be Arians’ new offensive coordinator. Arians is also looking to bring in former New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles as his defensive coordinator. Bowles and Arians previously worked together in the same roles in 2013 and 2014 with the Arizona Cardinals.