After five seasons with the Arizona Cardinals, head coach Bruce Arians announced his retirement Monday morning following his team’s 26-24 win over the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field.

Arians, 65, is the winningest coach in Cardinals’ franchise history and logged his 50th win with the organization Sunday afternoon.

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— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) January 1, 2018

“I’m happy, in a way, for Bruce,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said after Seattle’s loss to the Cardinals and before Arians’ retirement announcement. “He’s a had a terrific career. I don’t know what he’s going to do, but it kind of seemed like they were hugging it up like it was over. I don’t know. We’ll find out.”

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Arians had said before the Week 17 matchup, he viewed CenturyLink as the Cardinals’ “home field” based on Arizona’s recent success at the stadium.

Taking to the podium Sunday afternoon for his postgame press conference, Arians began: “Thank you for coming to my house, I hope you get home safe.”