The latest season of 'Coach Swap' is in full swing, with eight NFL coaches being fired since the season's end.
"I would be [interested] now that Tommy's there," Arians said, via SportsRadioInterviews.com. "I think so much of [the] success that teams have are great relationships between general manager and head coach."
Arians is not in a rush to leave Indy, but he said the San Diego opening is attractive.
"I have a great job in Indianapolis," he said. "It's going to have to be a perfect fit for me to leave what we have done here, and not just to jump out to be a head coach. It's going to have to be a perfect fit, and obviously my relationship with Tommy makes it a lot easier."