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.