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- Sep 30, 2004
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By Teddy Kider/The Times-Picayune
TAMPA, FLA. -- When Ken Whisenhunt left Pittsburgh two years ago to take his first head coaching job, with the Arizona Cardinals, he brought an assistant and a method of winning from the Steelers that he thought made sense.
As the Steelers' offensive coordinator, Whisenhunt had won a Super Bowl just a year before his departure. And his new assistant head coach and offensive line coach, Russ Grimm, had also been around Pittsburgh to witness the success.
"I felt coming out of Pittsburgh that we had something that was good, " Whisenhunt said. "There are a lot of ways to be successful in the NFL, and the way that we have done it is not the only way. It is something that we felt worked because we had gotten to the Super Bowl and we had won. I felt that we would be successful in Arizona."
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