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Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips is interviewing for the Bucs head coaching position on Friday, which strikes a lot of Texans fans as odd timing. It’s two days before the team’s biggest game in franchise history. Isn’t Phillips busy? “It will not be a distraction,” coach Gary Kubiak said Monday. “Nothing will change about our…
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While one report says the Bucs are interested in hiring Mike Sherman, another says they are also going to interview Wade Phillips.
HOUSTON The Texans are in the playoffs for the first time ever in large part because of Wade Phillips. And they might lose Phillips because they are in the playoffs.
Such is the circular nature of the NFL, where Phillips could possibly go from fired as Dallas Cowboys head coach to hired as Houston Texans defensive coordinator to hired as Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach within...
On Saturday, the Houston Texans not only hosted their first home playoff game, but also won their first playoff game in Franchise history. The Texans beat the Cincinnati Bengals 31-10 on Saturday and now advance to Baltimore next Sunday to play the Baltimore Ravens. While the Texans are celebrating their first playoff win and game planning for the Ravens, there maybe some questions...
In the City of Houston, there's a general sense of accomplishment for the Texans. They have already achieved more than anyone would have predicted coming into the season.
Not only have they made the playoffs, not only have they won the division, but they won their first playoff game in franchise history.
Because of the success that they have already experienced some people...
The Bucs are expected to discuss their open head-coaching post this week with former Cowboys coach and current Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips.
It's not shocking that Tampa Bay would take an interest in Phillips given his experience as a head coach -- something the Bucs are looking for -- and his expertise on defense.
But it's his defensive philosophy that makes...
---When Mike Mularkey officially became the coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars, he joined scarce group of ex-Bills coaches.
Mularkey became only the fourth coach to land a head coaching job with another NFL team after leaving (resigning/fired) Buffalo, joining Lou Saban, Chuck Knox and Wade Phillips.
Saban was first the Bills coach from 1962-65 then coached Denver from 1967-71 before...
By CHRIS DUNCAN
AP Sports Writer
HOUSTON (AP) -- When the Texans opened training camp, right tackle Eric Winston says he wasn't expecting much from the incoming rookie class.
Winston had confidence in the choices that coach Gary Kubiak and general manager Rick Smith made in the draft. He just hadn't seen many first-year players mature quickly enough to make dramatic impacts...