“Well, he’s brought in people from different areas, some of them he had coached with in college, and some of them in the NFL,” McNair said. “They are all a very bright group, very energetic. I like the concepts that he believes in and all of these people understand how he thinks the game should be played."
“We’ve still got a couple of places to fill,” McNair said Friday. “Hopefully we’ll even know today on some of those. I think they could be dynamite if we can pull those off.”
The Texans parted ways with 17 assistant coaches, including defensive coordinator Wade Phillips. Bill Kollar, defensive line coach, has been the only coach from the 2013 staff announced so far to remain.