The Houston Texans have discovered their subsequent common supervisor in Nick Caserio.
Following the announcement of John Elway’s promotion, seven common supervisor spots had been accessible this offseason. Heading into Wednesday, six stay.
The Houston Texans are set to rent New England Patriots director of player personnel Nick Caserio as the team’s GM for the 2021 season. The news was first reported by Houston Chronicle’s John McClain and later confirmed by a number of sources.
The Texans had the earliest say within the hiring course of following the firing of Invoice O’Brien. O’Brien, who formally took over the title throughout the 2020 offseason, made a number of expensive strikes corresponding to buying and selling away All-Professional DeAndre Hopkins and a pair of first-round picks for Laremy Tunsil.
Caserio a transparent alternative for the Texans
Texans followers ought to bear in mind the title Caserio from the previous. Final season, Jack Easterby tried to rent the 45-year-old away from New England, however the deal was blocked by New England after the workforce threatened tampering prices.
This was a transfer set in movement by Easterby, exhibiting his management of the franchise shifting ahead. The workforce now has their govt, time to search out their subsequent head coach.