The Houston Texans are one step closer to finding their next head coach.
On Monday, the club announced that it had "completed additional discussions" with three of its candidates: Jonathan Gannon, Brian Flores and Josh McCown. All three had been interviewed earlier this month for the Texans head coaching vacancy.
Gannon is currently the Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator after serving as the defensive backs/cornerbacks coach for the Indianapolis Colts from 2018-20. Flores was the head coach of the Miami Dolphins for three seasons, joining the team in 2019 after spending 15 seasons with the New England Patriots in both scouting and coaching roles. McCown, a third-round pick of the 2002 NFL Draft, played 17 seasons as a quarterback for nine different franchises, including the Texans in 2020.
Texans General Manager Nick Caserio began the head coach search after relieving David Culley of his duties on Jan. 13. Houston's next head coach will be the fifth in franchise history. For more on all of the candidates, check out the Head Coach Tracker.
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