The Houston Texans have undergone massive changes over the past few years. This offseason, the team fired head coach Lovie Smith and then hired former player DeMeco Ryans to lead the team.
But now, some bigger changes could be on the way.
The Texans could be on the verge of a huge change in the front office.
Texans reporter John McClain recently heard that general manager Nick Caserio could be out once the 2023 NFL Draft is over.
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“A longtime member of an AFC front office I’ve respected for years told me he heard Caserio was leaving after the draft to return to New England,” McClain wrote. “I told him it didn’t make sense on any level, but I checked with people in the Texans’ organization I trust, and they said they didn’t believe it, either.”
McClain doesn’t buy this rumor about Caserio, he did say that “organizational changes” could be coming in Houston.
Caserio was New England’s director of player personnel from 2008-2020 before he decided to shock everybody and take his talents to the Houston Texans. Things were supposed to turn around for the Texans, but the franchise has steadily gotten worse.
NFL insider Michael Lombardi alluded to the Texans being on the verge of making some drastic changes to the organization coming in the future.
“There’s a longer game to be played in Houston,” Lombardi told the GM Shuffle Podcast. “I think there will be some organizational changes in Houston after the draft. I’m not saying people will be fired, but organizationally things will be shifted.”
Caserio still has three years left on his contract, and he just made a new head coaching hire in Ryans and was incredibly aggressive this offseason in helping to rebuild the Texans roster quickly.
We are now just weeks away from the NFL Draft where he will have a chance to pick a potential franchise-altering quarterback in Bryce Young or C.J. Stroud, to go along with 11 other picks.
Basically, he likely is not going anywhere.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.