Bears, Texans interview ex-Dolphins coach Brian Flores for head coaching vacancies – ZellaNews

Four days after his shock firing by the Dolphins, Brian Flores is formally one of many prime candidates for head coaching vacancies across the NFL. Amid rumors of his curiosity within the Giants’ head coaching job, the 40-12 months-previous Flores interviewed with each the Bears and Texans for their very own head coach openings on Friday, because the groups introduced.

Chicago fired coach Matt Nagy and common supervisor Ryan Pace instantly following its 2021 season. They have been busy pursuing potential successors within the days since, reportedly both scheduling, conducting or requesting interviews with ex-Eagles coach Doug Pederson, Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn and Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus.

The Texans, in the meantime, simply introduced Thursday the dismissal of coach David Culley, who went 4-13 in his first and solely season atop the employees. Houston is simply kicking off its head coach search underneath GM Nick Caserio, with Patriots assistants Josh McDaniels and Jerod Mayo reportedly amongst early targets to switch Culley.

Flores is recent off a 9-8 season main the Dolphins, who employed him in 2019 to rebuild the workforce from the bottom up. He led Miami to a ten-6 end the 12 months prior, in Tua Tagovailoa’s rookie season at quarterback. Finishing his three-12 months Dolphins tenure with a 24-25 general report, he ranks among the many prime NFL head coaches to come back from the Bill Belichick coaching tree.


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