The Houston Texans continue to make changes around the organization with Bill O’Brien and Jack Easterby shaping the personnel up to their standards.
The Houston Texans have added several people to their staff, with changes continuing to come with the offseason in its early stages. According to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, the Texans hired DeNarius McGhee to assume the role as a quality control assistant. McGhee was the Montana State running backs coach and recruiting coordinator after playing quarterback for his alma mater.
The Texans also decided to part ways with J.J. Moses, who was the director of player engagement. According to Wilson, the Texans also fired several other personnel in the coaching and scouting department.
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“Assistant strength and conditioning coach/performance therapist Billy Voltaire, assistant strength coach Jason George, executive assistant for football administration Eva Graham and pro and college scouting administrative assistant Amber Davies”.
The front office under Bill O’Brien and Jack Easterby will continue to make changes to their coaching and front office personnel as they bring their staff that coincides with their ideology in how the organization should be run.
Texans former secondary coach Anthony Midget also departed to join the Tennessee Titans as a defensive assistant under head coach Mike Vrabel, who was the former defensive coordinator in Houston.
D’Anton Lynn will assume the responsibility as the new secondary coach for the Texans and will be joined by Deon Broomfield, who was hired in the capacity as a defensive assistant. Broomfield was previously the cornerbacks’ coach for Indiana State football program.
Texans still have a couple of openings in their coaching staff with John Pagano being fired and finding a job with the Denver Broncos meanwhile also looking for a possible replacement to take over the defensive line after Anthony Weaver was promoted to defensive coordinator.