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Marvin Lewis to interview with Texans for head coaching job

Lewis certainly has plenty of experience. Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images

Ian Rapoport is reporting that former Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis is expected to interview with the Texans. Lewis is currently the co-defensive coordinator at Arizona State working under head coach Herman Edwards. Lewis went 131-122 during his 16 seasons coaching the Cincinnati Bengals. The Texans have already interviewed Jim Caldwell this offseason, and several more candidates will likely be considered before the Texans make their hire. The Texans are also looking to fill their GM vacancy, and many find it odd that the Texans are interviewing coaches without their new GM being onboard. The Texans have already interviewed Louis Riddick and Matt Bazirgan for their GM position.

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