The Arizona Cardinals promoted six members of their scouting staff and announced the hires of two more on Wednesday.
The moves include: Quentin Harris, from director of pro scouting to director of player personnel; Dru Grigson, from director of college scouting to assistant director of player personnel; Adrian Wilson, from scout to director of pro scouting; Chris Culmer, from western regional scout to director of college scouting; Josh Scobey, from area scout to western regional scout; and Nathan DiGregorio, from scouting assistant to pro scout.
Arizona also hired Keegan Leyrer as an area scout in the west and Andrew Caskin as scouting assistant.
Leyrer joins the Cardinals and leaves the Cleveland Browns, where he spent the past two years as a college scouting assistant.
Caskin enters the office after graduating from William & Mary as a three-time All-Conference tight end in 2017 and attending rookie minicamp with Arizona last year. He played for the Atlanta Legends in the now-defunct Alliance of American Football during the 2019 season.
In addition to the shuffling, Sirius XM NFL Radio host Alex Marvez reported on Wednesday that Cardinals vice president of player personnel Terry McDonough will take on an “overseer role.”
The team’s website now lists McDonough as senior personnel executive.