Bill O’Brien just may have crippled the Houston Texans franchise for years to come, and it can only be corrected by the team parting ways with him.
If not, then the below information will continue to happen.
NFL insider Benjamin Allbright was told by a DB free agent that he was told by former players of the Texans to stay away from the franchise because of issues regarding the head coach.
That comes on the heels of hall of fame WR Michael Irvin dropping some damning news of DeAndre Hopkins telling him about the meeting he had with Bill O’Brien and being compared to Aaron Hernandez.
“I said, ‘Tell me what happened in Houston,’ and he went into it. He told me, he said, ‘Michael, it was a bit of a power struggle there’ because Bill O’Brien thought, Coach O’Brien thought [Hopkins] had too much influence over the locker room. He called DeAndre Hopkins in a meeting to talk about this and, I kinda guess, hash it out. In that meeting, he started the meeting with telling DeAndre Hopkins this, that blew my mind when DeAndre told me this. He told DeAndre Hopkins, he said: ‘Hey, the last time I had to have a meeting like this, it was with Aaron Hernandez.’ I was like: ‘What? He put in Aaron Hernandez in this meeting?’ He said, ‘Yes he did.’ He said: ‘Michael, that blew my mind that he would even bring that up. I’ve never been in any trouble. I don’t know why would he equate me with Aaron Hernandez.’
“And from there, the meeting just deteriorated, you know. He got into talking about DeAndre Hopkins. DeAndre Hopkins has a few kids from different women, and he said, he told DeAndre he doesn’t like that he has his ‘baby mamas’ around sometimes. And from that, I think the relationship just went bad, and thus, we got a trade of DeAndre Hopkins from Houston for basically, like I said earlier, a ham sandwich, all because of that relationship.”
Former Texans and current free agent WR Jaelen Strong has also called out O’Brien.