The Houston Texans were the first team to make a coaching change during the 2013 season, firing coach Gary Kubiak on Dec. 6. With just a few hours left until the ball drops in Times Square, the Texans have found a new coach. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday night that the Texans have reached an agreement with Bill O'Brien to be their next head coach, according to a source informed of the negotiations. O'Brien, the former New England Patriots offensive coordinator, leaves Penn State University just two years after taking over the program.
Bill O'Brien, Texans reach coaching agreement
NFL.com | Jan 1