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Sunday, March 29, 2020

Bill O’Brien will serve as GM of Texans in 2020 in addition to head coach

Bill O’Brien led the Houston Texans to the divisional round of the playoffs this season, and the head coach is being rewarded with a promotion of sorts heading into 2020.

The Texans announced on Tuesday that O’Brien will serve as the team’s general manager going forward in addition to head coach.

The Texans tried to hire Patriots executive Nick Caserio away from New England for their GM job last year, and there have been indications that Bill Belichick is holding a grudge against O’Brien over it. Caserio’s contract is set to expire soon, so many thought it was only a matter of time before he ended up in Houston. That seems unlikely to happen now.

O’Brien made some questionable decisions in Houston’s meltdown against the Kansas City Chiefs, but he obviously did enough in 2019 to make the team feel confident in his ability to assemble a roster. Time will tell if it was the right move.

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