Well, that was quick.
The Texans have fired head coach David Culley after only one season on the helm, in line with a number of studies on Thursday.
Culley, 66, was employed after the 2020 season to take over a workforce that had been a catastrophe in recent times. Under Bill O’Brien’s management, the Texans traded away franchise extensive receiver DeAndre Hopkins, in addition to plenty of first-round picks. Future Hall of Famer JJ Watt was additionally launched, signing with the Cardinals.
Franchise quarterback Deshaun Watson demanded a commerce after the season ended, then was accused of sexual assault and inappropriate habits by 22 ladies, placing his standing in limbo.
By the time Culley was given the reigns, the Texans had finally been stripped of their elements – as messy a state of affairs for a first-time head coach as potential.
Culley had labored within the NFL for almost three a long time earlier than the hiring. He carried out admirably, main the Texans to a 4-13 file and getting strong quarterback play out of rookie Davis Mills.
David Culley was fired by the Texans on Thursday.AP Photo
Still, the Texans most well-liked to look elsewhere in 2022. They aren’t alone: eight groups are available in the market for a head coach following a number of firings on “Black Monday.” The Giants, Bears, Vikings, Dolphins, Broncos, Jaguars, and Raiders are all available in the market for brand new management as nicely.
According to the NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, recently-fired ex-Dolphins coach Brian Flores is a “name to watch” because the Texans search for Culley’s substitute.