Bill O’Brien To Lead Houston Texans

Bill O’Brien and Houston Texans have come up with deal to make O’Brien Texans’ new coach, according to various reports. The move will be announced officially on Thursday, as reported by the Houston Chronicle’s John McClain.

O’Brien who has head the Penn State team for the past two years, which he took over amid lot of controversies of Jerry Sandusky and still kept he feet firm in the ground and posted posted an 8-4 record in 2012 and a 7-5 mark this season.

ESPN reported stating: As part of O’Brien’s return to Penn State for 2013 was a reduction in his contract buyout should he take an NFL position, The change lowered O’Brien’s buyout from $19.33 million to a much more manageable $6.5 million.

It was not one or two team who were interested in O’Brien, Several other teams who dropped of their coaches either during or immediately after the 2013 regular season were believed to be interested in O’Brien, Some of them were Detroit, Cleveland, Washington, Tampa Bay and Minnesota.

SI’s Michael Rosenberg wrote Monday that the “Lions would be a perfect match”for O’Brien.

Rosenberg continued: “If O’Brien wants to quit, the promising job for him is in Detroit,If the Lions are smart, they will realize they need a coach who can revive Stafford. O’Brien is that guy. There are no perfect marriages in the NFL. But this has a chance to be pretty close.”

Texans who have won the AFC south in both 2011 and 2012, before having a huge 14 straight losses to finish of with this season Houston holds the No. 1 overall pick in the upcoming draft, which could be used on either JaDeveon Clowney or Teddy Bridgewater (among others).

However it was noted by NFL Networks lan Rapoport that Penn State may already have a new candidate in mind: ex-Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano, and were prepared to ‘make a strong push’ for Schiano’s services. Schiano was a Penn State assistant from 1990-95.

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