TEMPE, Ariz. — Arizona Cardinals offensive line coach and operating recreation coordinator Sean Kugler was fired after he groped a lady in Mexico City over the weekend, sources advised ESPN.
Mexican authorities had been notified of the incident, which occurred Sunday night time, after which knowledgeable the Cardinals, who terminated Kugler and despatched him again to Arizona on a flight Monday morning. The Cardinals had arrived in Mexico City on Saturday.
Kugler is the second Cardinals assistant coach to be accused of assaulting a lady this 12 months.
In May, former operating backs coach James Saxon turned himself in to Indiana police after assaulting a lady in her Indianapolis house. He was sentenced in October to at least one 12 months in jail, which was suspended, and given one 12 months of probation.
Saxon stored his job with the Cardinals till his arrest grew to become public Aug. 4, when he was placed on administrative depart. Saxon resigned in October.
Kugler has coached at the highschool, faculty and NFL ranges since 1990. He had joined coach Kliff Kingsbury’s employees in 2019.
The Cardinals misplaced 38-10 to the San Francisco 49ers on Monday at Estadio Azteca.