A quintet of Arizona Cardinals’ front office employees, including five-time Pro Bowler Adrian Wilson, received a promotion on Tuesday.
Wilson, who played 12 seasons with the team from 2001-12, is now the team’s vice president of pro personnel after spending the last two years as the team’s director of pro scouting.
The former Cardinals safety hauled in 27 interceptions across 12 seasons with the club, earning three NFL All-Pro selections during his playing career.
Also moving up the ranks is Quentin Harris, who was promoted to the team’s vice president of player personnel role after spending two years as the Cardinals’ director of player personnel.
Harris is entering his 14th season as member of the team’s scouting department, joining the Cardinals as a pro scout in 2008.
Matt Caracciolo was promoted from managing the day-to-day football and facility operations to vice president of football operations & facilities.
Caracciolo has worked with the team for 10 seasons after coming to Arizona from New England in 2012.
Other front office moves announced on Tuesday include the promotion of assistant director of player personnel Dru Grigson to the team’s director of player personnel role.
Lastly, Andrew Caskin was promoted from his scouting assistant role, taking on a new task as a pro scout with the team.