Nobody wants to say it around the program but Kragthorpe's issues have been thought to effect on-field performance. I think everyone within the staff likes Kragthorpe and his scheme but his life is going in a different direction with more important priorities right now. It would probably do him and the program a lot of good to get into an off-field duty within the program where the hours are more realistic and compatible to his condition.
It's pretty telling that they didn't go for a guy more like Crowton - a spread multiples guy - but another pro-set type coordinator. I don't think it signals a Kragthorpe firing as much as both parties agree it would be best to get him somewhere less hectic.