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Texans hire Gaine as GM

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Houston Texans have found its replacement for former GM Rick Smith. He took a leave of absence from the team to be with his wife as she deals with breast cancer. 83 more words


UPDATE: Texans Extend O'Brien; Sign GM Gaine To 5-Year Deals

UPDATE (10:17a): The Texans officially announced the signing of Gaine and the extention of O’Brien.

On Gaine:

“Our committee was unanimous in praise for Brian Gaine and we are all aligned in our philosophy on how to continue to build our roster and win a championship,“ said Texans Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Robert C. 262 more words


John McClain On Browns' Hiring Of Alonzo Highsmith: "I Do Not Know Of A Better Personnel Man, A Tremendous Hire"

John McClain of the Houston Chronicle joined Bull & Fox to talk about Deshaun Watson’s rookie season cut short due to injury, the Browns’ planned interview with Texans quarterbacks coach Sean Ryan, Alonzo Highsmith’s ability to evaluate personnel alongside John Dorsey and Mike Vrabel as a head coach candidate around the NFL.


O'Brien Keeps Job With Texans; Is Vague About Future

HOUSTON (AP) — Coach Bill O’Brien kept his job despite Houston’s 4-12 finish and looks to be returning for next season.

His status beyond that is far less certain. 916 more words


Schefter: O’Brien likely stays as Texans coach

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

In a shocking turn of events, the Houston Texans are now expected to keep their head coach Bill O’Brien. Prior to Sunday, everything pointed to there being a split in Houston, Texas. 183 more words


O'Brien Willing To Coach Next Season Without Contract Extension

HOUSTON (Sports Radio 610)- 2018 is the final season of Bill O’Brien’s five-year contract with the Texans, and while you don’t see many coaches do their job’s without a contract for the next season, the Texan’s head coach said he wouldn’t have a problem doing so, despite the “lame-duck” label. 334 more words


You Can't Blame It All On Bill O'Brien

In Bill O’Brien’s first 3 seasons as the Head Coach of the Houston Texans, the defining factors have been instability at quarterback and injuries; though the Texans have finished (9-7) in each of the 3 seasons. 422 more words