Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by Mangler, Jun 7, 2019.
This article seems to argue hiring Caserio not a promotion. WIll it work? Quien sabe?
Here is more of the same from NBC Boston:
This is an area where Easterby could be valuable.
He knows the exact role(s) Caserio has in NE so it could make it more difficult for the Pats to falsely inflate his position/importance in the organization.
And falsely inflating his position or importance is 100% something that I would expect them to try
Sounds like this might drag out and that the Texans may be fine to just not have a GM and let OB have control.
Agreed... If this was a proactive and thoughtful move to acquire exactly who they wanted to run the organization (and they execute it), then I will be impressed. We will see soon, I hope.
You maybe right but that’s the whole point, no one knows what BoBs contract says he has power wise and NE can use that to block if they so chose. Also these plans of a three headed dragon of Easterby/BoB/GM can be used as can one report which says the GM would report to Easterby.
The fact is we don’t know what the hold up is or what is being said, and considering how fast they fired Gaine yet how little progress they seem to have made finding his replacement that is where the fear lies.
Maybe we should interview him first.
You should know Texans mentality by now... GM won't report to Easterby, but to Cal along with everyone else
isn't that in the Texans favor? That's the definition provided in some of the articles above... "high level dude who only reports to the owner...??
I dunno about anyone else but this feels like when Kubiak got the HC job in Denver and did all he could to "get the old band back together".
....it worked for them.
That was kinda my point
I keep going back and forth from google to this message board in hopes to read that Caserio is on his way to Houston! May the football gods shine their bright light upon us...
When Scott Pioli resigned in May he did so in order pursue potential possibilities. Anyone know exactly what he meant by that?
Hookers and Drugs!
You really can't make this up. It appears the Patriots have filed tampering charges against the Texans:
So, what happens now? Is Nick Caserio still allowed to make a trip to Houston, or does the NFL bar him from doing so?
The Texans ownership has never failed to amuse me with their seemingly inability to ever appear to know what the hell they are doing.
That apple certainly did not fall far from the tree. What a complete clusterfrack.
The Pats are angling for picks .
I will do it for a 5 year 5 million dollar contract !!! At the very least all I have to do is work 1.5 years and at best they'll extend it like the old days .
And now we're being investigated for possible tampering charges.
Gotta love that McNair fan life.
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