Ravens assistant head coach David Culley is expected to interview with Texans

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With General Manager Nick Caserio in place, the Texans are moving on to filling their head coaching vacancy and Monday has seen a couple of names added to the list of candidates.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Ravens assistant head coach/wide receivers coach David Culley is expected to interview for the job. The Texans are the first team linked to Culley this cycle.

That is also true of Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier. PFT reported Monday that he will interview for the job. There has also been buzz about former Colts and Lions head coach Jim Caldwell’s chances of landing with the Texans.

Culley has been on the Ravens staff for the last two seasons. He spent the previous two seasons with the Bills and had a long run as an assistant to Andy Reid with both the Eagles and Chiefs.

3 responses to “Ravens assistant head coach David Culley is expected to interview with Texans

  1. Im not really sure with what the Texans thought process is. If Watson is the future for the next 10-15 years, why do you want to pair him up with 2 guys that are 65 or 1 guy thats 61? There’s a good chance any of those guys would only coach a couple seasons before you have to find a new guy, Frazier might be the one to last a little longer but still.

  2. Knowing Watson and JJ (along with other players) are very unhappy with ownership over the new GM hiring, I also believe that both players will be leaving the team. It would require Watson waiving his trade cap but I believe he will do it. And though I believe JJ may be traded or released he would jump because of his perceived poor team efforts and almost no D coaching value. To add to the mess, the hiring of interim coach a head coach of one of the most losing teams…the Browns????

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