Houston Texans Acquire David Culley as Their New Head Coach

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The Houston Texans have just made the decision to hire David Culley as their new coach. Culley most recently served as the assistant coach for the Baltimore Ravens, so clearly this will be an upgrade in status for him.

If Deshaun Watson wasn’t happy about the Houston Texans front office hiring Nick Cesario, one can only imagine how he’ll feel about this recent development.

That being said, Culley does have an excellent resume, coaching for a handful of teams throughout his career. At 65 years old, Culley is arguably one of the most experienced coaches in the league, and will now have the opportunity to prove himself as a head coach.

The Houston Texans have settled on the next man to lead their franchise, agreeing to a deal with Baltimore Ravens assistant coach David Culley to become their new head coach.

Regardless of who the Texans brought in, it was clear that they needed a big change. After finishing 4-12 during the 2020 season, they decided to part ways with head coach Bill O’Brien. Only time will tell whether Culley will be the answer to their problems.