Sport: Texans plan on GM-by-committee for 2019 season, report says - PressFrom - US
  •   
  •   
  •   

SportTexans plan on GM-by-committee for 2019 season, report says

19:46  11 july  2019
19:46  11 july  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

Report: Clowney won't get long-term deal before franchise-tag deadline

Report: Clowney won't get long-term deal before franchise-tag deadline The Houston Texans and pass-rusher Jadeveon Clowney aren't expected to reach a long-term deal before Monday's deadline for franchise-tagged players to do so, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter. Without an agreement, Clowney would play the 2019 season on a one-year tender worth $15.9 million. Earlier this offseason, it was reported that Clowney and the Texans were far from an agreement. They apparently haven't gotten much closer despite front-office changes in Houston, which included the firing of general manager Brian Gaine. Clowney, the No. 1 overall pick in 2014, totaled 47 tackles, nine sacks, and three fumble recoveries during 2018.

Report : Texans Will Not Hire GM for 2019 Season . By Alaa Abdeldaiem. July 10, 2019 . The Texans will not hire a new general manager for the 2019 season , ESPN's Adam Schefter According to Schefter, the Texans are planning to divide the general manager responsibilities amongst existing

But no GM in 2019 for Houston.” Bazirgan, the director of player personnel, has been with Houston New England held their Super Bowl ring gala on June 6, which was attended by Easterby and O’Brien is starting his sixth season as Texans head coach, and already won out in a struggle with the

Texans plan on GM-by-committee for 2019 season, report says© Provided by Perform Media Channels Limited The Texans won't have a general manager in 2019.

According to ESPN , which cited unidentified sources, Houston will instead divvy up the responsibilities of the role among existing front-office members.

Executives expected to assume those duties include director of player personnel Matt Bazirgan, director of college scouting James Liipfert, senior vice president for football administration Chris Olsen and executive VP for team development Jack Easterby, the report noted.

The Texans fired former GM Brian Gaine in a surprising move on June 7 less than two years into his five-year deal. He was hired as the Texans' GM in January 2018 after previous general manager Rick Smith stepped down to take care of his wife, who is battling cancer.

Deadline missed for Texans, Jadeveon Clowney to execute contract extension

Deadline missed for Texans, Jadeveon Clowney to execute contract extension The Houston Texans and DE/OLB Jadeveon Clowney missed the July 15 deadline for a contract extension. Now, Clowney must play with the franchise tag.

But no GM in 2019 for Houston.” Bazirgan, the director of player personnel, has been with Houston New England held their Super Bowl ring gala on June 6, which was attended by Easterby and O’Brien is starting his sixth season as Texans head coach, and already won out in a struggle with the

But no GM in 2019 for Houston.” Bazirgan, the director of player personnel, has been with Houston New England held their Super Bowl ring gala on June 6, which was attended by Easterby and O’Brien is starting his sixth season as Texans head coach, and already won out in a struggle with the

The Texans had indicated their football operations would be run by Olsen while they searched for a new GM. However, they never seemed to find what they were looking for.

Houston briefly pursued Patriots director of player personnel Nick Caserio, but New England filed a tampering charge and the Texans backed off.

The Texans went 11-5 and won the AFC South, but lost to the Colts in the wild-card round in Gaine's lone season at the helm in Houston.

House Dems to hold hearing next week on treatment of migrant children.
The House Oversight Committee has scheduled a hearing next week to hear testimony from Trump administration officials about the separation and treatment of immigrant children at the southern border.House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) has invited Acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan and Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan to testify at a hearing on July 12. Neither have confirmed their appearance, according to the committee. "The Trump Administration's actions at the southern border are grotesque and dehumanizing," Cummings said in a statement Tuesday.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 1
This is interesting!