Report: Texans deciding between two coaching candidates

And then there were two. Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images.

John McClain is reporting that the Texans have narrowed their coaching search down to two candidates.

If McClain is correct, the Texans' next head coach will be either Bills DC Leslie Frazier or Ravens assistant David Culley. Former Colts and Lions head coach, Jim Caldwell, could possibly still be in the mix, but it would be a surprise at this point. The Texans clearly aren't interested in making Deshaun Watson happy, as it appears that Chiefs OC Eric Bieniemy is no longer in consideration. It also looks like a decision could be made sooner rather than later as McClain believes the Texans may have their new coach before the end of the week.

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This week, we react to Laremy Tunsil's absence from Houston Texans OTAs and wonder if he really loves football or if he just loves what football provides him. Tunsil was given more money in the off-season after reworking his contract, and this is coming off a season when Tunsil was only supposed to miss four or five games after suffering a thumb injury in October. But Tunsil missed the rest of the season, which had many fans and media scratching their heads.

Finally, because of Tunsil's apparent disinterest in being with the team, it might be time for the Texans to trade Tunsil, and get something in return before likely cutting him next off-season.

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