NFL News: Houston Texans separate from Headcoach David Culley
The Houston Texans have apparently separated from Head coach David Cullen. This reports several reporters of NFL Network.
The 66-year-old, who has been working as a wizard in the NFL since 1994, had received his first opportunity at the beginning of the season as a head coach. After only one year is obviously again.
Whether Cullen should only have to take this role for a playing time anyway is not out of the report. Cullen, who led a team full of veterans with short-term contracts, came with Houston on a balance sheet of 4-13 and missed the playoffs as expected was clear.
It is the first coach release of the Texans before a term of office of at least four seasons. As a potential successor, Brian Flores is traded.
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Cullen is the already fifth head coach, who has to take his hat since the Black Monday. Only on Tuesday did Joe Judges had caught.
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