Texans New Coaching Staff

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  1. ObsiWan

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    As Steelb would say, I saw the Colts and Pats (among others) flip the performances of their respective O-lines around THIS season. If you're saying Devlin isn't up to coaching that kind of improvement job, why don't we find someone who is capable?
     
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    Because he's OB's secret lover? IDK, he should have been gone 2 years ago
     
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    Dude!!
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    Maybe Cushing can beat the **** out of O'Brien on the sidelines next year when that loser continues to suck dong and waste games.
     
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    What can Deshaun Watson expect from Carl Smith, the new #Texans new QB coach? The 70-year-old comes from the Seahawks, and is somewhat of an NFL sage.

    "I'm losing a great coach," Russell Wilson said. "And (I'm) going to miss a great, great friend."https://t.co/Z872bSpg8v

    — The Athletic (@TheAthleticHOU) February 14, 2019

     
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    Of all the moves this off season the Texans can or will make this might have the longest lasting affect on the team. If Smith can do for Watson what he has done for other QBs then we truly do have our franchise QB that can carry the team for years to come baring injury. Young, super talented QB with a will to learn and veteran coach with a proven track record of creating stars, it doesn't get any better than that.
     
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    Will Lawing Ready to Take Over the Houston Texans Tight End Group
    byJoshua R. Silva4 hrs

    Bill O'Brien is confident in new Houston Texans tight end coach Will Lawing.

    Last week brought a little buzz to NRG Stadium with Bill O’Brien and the Houston Texans announcing their 2019 coaching staff. With notable changes such as quarterbacks coach Sean Ryan leaving for Detroit and former tight ends coach Tim Kelly being promoted to offensive coordinator, the person getting lost in the shuffle is new tight ends coach Will Lawing.

    A relatively unknown commodity, Lawing is tasked with coaching a tight end group that consists of young players such as Jordan Thomas and Jordan Akins who showed flashes of promise throughout the 2018 season. Although Lawing is not the most familiar face to Texans fans, he has been with O’Brien for quite some time now, dating back to O’Brien’s days as head coach at Penn State.

    “He came to us at Penn State,” said Coach O’Brien on Texans Radio. “His dad is a football coach, a very successful defensive line coach in college, Brad Lawing… so I’ve known his dad for a long time. Will was coaching at a small college years ago when we brought him to Penn State.”

    That small college was Juniata College where Lawing held the roles of tight ends coach in 2009, passing game coordinator in 2010, and finally offensive coordinator in 2011 and 2012, while also acting as the team’s recruiting coordinator. Lawing left Juniata when O’Brien offered him a position as a graduate assistant at Penn State, and since then has worked his way up O’Brien’s coaching staff for the Houston Texans.
    THE REST OF THE STORY
     
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    Bengals want to interview Aaron Glenn for DC position.
     
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