How Texans seem to be flirting with 1 move that’s never happened in their history

Houston Texans general manager Nick Caserio created a lot of buzz after his presser with the Houston media on Monday. One of the big takeaways occurred when Caserio expressed a willingness to step aside if that was the best thing for the organization.

One thing the Texans haven't done in team history is start fresh by firing both their GM and head coach in the same offseason.

Which begs the question, would the Texans be better off with a clean slate in 2023? Or should Cal McNair keep Caserio around to help with the hiring of the Texans next coach?

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DeMeco Ryans looks like the Texans' choice as the next head coach. Composite image by Brandon Strange.

The Houston Texans have been busy interviewing coaches over the last few weeks, and just this week, the team held second interviews with Giants OC Mike Kafka and Broncos DC Ejiro Evero. The Texans have also interviewed Los Angeles Rams tight ends coach and assistant head coach Thomas Brown, Sean Payton, Lions OC Ben Johnson, Eagles DC Jonathan Gannon, and Eagles OC Shane Steichen. Johnson has taken himself out of the mix and is returning to Detroit.

But according to a new report from Ian Rapoport, the Texans may already have their minds made up about their next head coach.

Former Texans linebacker and current 49ers DC DeMeco Ryans appears to be the top candidate for the Texans, and he is reportedly interested in the position, with a second interview likely to take place next week.

Ryans has been the defensive coordinator for the 49ers over the last two seasons. San Francisco was the best defense in the league in 2022.

Ryans is a popular pick for the position in Houston, and fans will be super excited if he eventually gets the job. Let's hope Rapoport's sources are correct, and the Texans have their new head coach lined up.

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