Shortly after the end of the 2017 season, Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians announced his retirement.

Now, just a few weeks later, 12 News' Cameron Cox sat down with Arians to find out what's next for the NFL coach.

On being loyal to his players...

Arians said he gets accused of being "too loyal" sometimes, but added he doesn't think there is such a thing.

On something he would change or go back and fix...

Arians said he would've called a different play when offensive lineman D. J. Humphries got hurt and a different play when running back David Johnson injured his wrist at the start of the 2017 season.

On his top five games as Cardinals head coach...

"Four in Seattle," Arians said with a laugh. And don't forget that HUGE playoff win against the Green Bay Packers. Arians said there was a "great feeling in the locker room" after that win.

On the letter he penned with Lars Anderson saying 'something just changed for me this year'...

Arians said he thinks he was harder on players this year, putting too much emphasis on winning and was "more irritable than I've ever been" about losing or having bad practices.

On what he would tell his wife after this long journey...

Arizona said two words "thank you," adding she raise two beautiful children when he wasn't there. Arians said he wouldn't be where he is now without her.

On what's next for Bruce Arians...

Golf. But Arians said he's not finished working and would like to stay in the game -- possibly on the media side of things.