Houston Texans to interview Brian Flores for head coaching vacancy

The general management denies that firing David Culley had anything to do with the options that were freed

HOUSTON — The Houston Texans interviewed brian flowers for the head coaching vacancy, the team announced Friday night.

The interview took place a day after the Texans fired David Culey so the general manager Nick Caserio called “philosophical differences”. Flores, who was fired by the Miami Dolphins on Monday after going 24-25 in three seasons, also interviewed for the Chicago Bears job on Friday.

Earlier that day, Caserio said his decision to fire Culley had nothing to do with who would be available to replace him.

“Those are independent things,” Caserio said. “I don’t think you make that decision on the basis that suddenly something has changed or something is different. I think you have to start with your situation first, assess it, make an honest assessment, make the decision and then if that turns out to be in conjunction with other things that happen in the league, that’s out of our control, out of my control.”

Caserio pointed out that he does not have a specific timetable for hiring the next head coach. of the franchise. When asked what he looked for in a head coach, he underscored, “a lot of the qualities that David [Culley]”.

“I think we’re going to be very voluntary … with this process,” Caserio said. “I think we’re going to be very thorough and try to make the best decision for this organization, whatever that means.”