Former NFL head coach interviewing with Houston Texans

Kliff Kingsbury joining the staff would get a lot of fans excited. Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images

According to multiple reports, former Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury is in Houston on Friday speaking with the Houston Texans about an open position on the staff. One would have to assume he's being considered for the offensive coordinator position.

Houston has interviewed 49ers passing game coordinator Bobby Slowik, Bengals WRs coach Troy Walters, and Vikings assistant QBs coach Jerrod Johnson so far. So let's add Kingsbury to the list.

Kingsbury's experience with QB Kyler Murray has many fans excited about a potential fit with Alabama QB Bryce Young if the team decides to select him in the draft.

The Cardinals finished 8th in total offense in 2022.

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