On Wednesday, the Arizona Cardinals, led by head coach Bruce Arians, officially introduced new offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin to the media and the fans during a press conference. Among the topics discussed were fixing the offense and how Goodwin plans on working with the offensive line and other positions on the team.

Outside of calling the plays, Goodwin will be taking the rest of the offensive coordinator duties. That likely means that he will help design the plays, coach the offensive players up on the plays and help decide personnel packages. One of the groups that figures to benefit the most from his experience is the corps of offensive linemen, particularly young tackles Nate Potter and Bobby Massie.

"I hope I can zero in a whole lot," Goodwin said of working with the offensive line in fixing it. "That's my passion. Coaching offense is my passion as well. I've been watching guys here recently and kind of like what I see. Obviously, there's a long way to go.

"I think there's talent there. All you need is guys who are willing to work and you can have success."