Former Texans head coach David Culley, in his first public comments since being fired by the team at the end of the NFL season, lauded the team's hiring of defensive coordinator Lovie Smith as his replacement. "Lovie will do a heck of a job," Culley said Tuesday. "Shoot, he did...
Even though the Houston Texans are set to hire Lovie Smith as their next head coach, fans and media are still upset over what happened to David Culley. Culley was fired after just one year with the team when Houston finished 4-13. He was given an impossible situation but still...
The Houston Texans hired Lovie Smith as head coach on Monday, with Pep Hamilton also being promoted to offensive coordinator. Houston general manager Nick Caserio discussed the hiring in a statement:. "I am excited to introduce Lovie Smith as our next head coach. He is one of the most respected...
The Houston Texans are interviewing former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores as part of their coaching search, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. Pelissero reported Flores has already spoken with the Texans "multiple times," and he has experience working with Houston general manager Nick Caserio from their time together with the New England Patriots.
What a long, strange year it's been. The Texans are still searching for another new head coach. The New York Giants have publicly stated that they have no interest in trading for Deshaun Watson. The Texans' former franchise quarterback is still on the Texans' roster, despite not taking a single snap for a 4-13 team last season. And as Jan. 27, 2022 unfolds — with Patrick Mahomes in another AFC Championship Game, Ben Roethlisberger announcing his retirement, and Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers questioning their NFL futures — I spent Thursday morning reflecting on Jan. 27, 2021.
The next Texans head coaching hire might be the most important in the history of the franchise. The team is in a terrible spot, with arguably the worst roster in the NFL and there are questions any head coaching candidate will have about the management of Nick Caserio, Jack Easterby and the ownership under the McNair’s.
David Culley's tenure as coach of the Houston Texans may have been cut short after just one year, but he apparently harbors no hard feelings toward general manager Nick Caserio or the organization for letting him go. "I had a really really good locker room, a good coaching staff, those...
In a radio interview Tuesday morning, Texans general manager Nick Caserio talked about his decision to fire David Culley as head coach after one year, his openness to trade the team’s No. 3 overall pick in the upcoming NFL draft, his game-day involvement, and whether quarterback Deshaun Watson will play for the Texans again.
The Texans took four days after the season to fire David Culley, and now the search is on for their fifth head coach. I believe Nick Caserio and Jack Easterby will hire someone they worked with at New England, and I believe Brian Flores is the leading candidate. Flores is...
As the playoffs begin, some teams are narrowing in on their preferred targets. Some teams don’t need to worry about the playoffs because their candidate isn’t participating, while others may just be waiting until their candidate’s season is over. Jason La Canfora, of CBS Sports, reported that...
HOUSTON -- Nick Caserio made sure to speak of former Houston Texans head coach David Culley in a positive light. That doesn't change the fact he's looking for a fourth head coach in the span of 15 months. Culley was fired Thursday following a 4-13 season. Caserio, the Texans general...
Houston Texans GM Nick Caserio: My decision to fire coach David Culley; no more clarity on Deshaun Watson's future
HOUSTON -- One day after firing coach David Culley following one season in Houston, Texans general manager Nick Caserio said he thinks the organization is in a better place than it was a year ago. "I would say when you rewind here and go back to a year ago ......
Pittsburgh Steelers’ Mike Tomlin Becomes Lone Black Head Coach In NFL Following Texans’ David Culley Firing
Out of 32 NFL teams, three went into the final week of the regular season with a Black head coach. Now, just days after week 18 concluded, only one remains. Following the firings of Miami Dolphins’ Brian Flores and the Houston Texans’ David Culley, Pittsburgh Steelers’ Mike Tomlin remains the only Black head coach still at the helm and only one of three minorities with the same position.
The Houston Texans made a massive change to their organization on Thursday, parting ways with head coach David Culley after just one season. Culley finished the regular season with a 4-13 record. Although he overachieved with a pretty dull roster, the Texans ultimately decided to go in a different direction.
Houston Texans general manager Nick Caserio made his first in-depth comments Friday regarding the decision to fire coach David Culley after just one season in charge. "I would say when you rewind here and go back to a year ago ... I'd say the organization was in a pretty rough spot, and I think from where we were then to where we are now, we're in a lot better position," Caserio said. "And quite frankly, I think that's because of the leadership and the guidance and the direction that David Culley brought in this football team."
Culley was fired after just one season as the coach in Houston, in a controversial move.
The Houston Texans came under fire Thursday when the team fired head coach David Culley after one season, leaving only one Black head coach in the NFL. The Texans went 4-13 in Culley’s lone year but the head coach had to deal with a lot for a first-year head coach. The team had all the legal drama surrounding Deshaun Watson coupled with his trade request and the circus he brought to training camp and the will they or won’t they in regard to a trade in the middle of the season.