REPORT: Houston Texans Fire Three Assistant CoachesThe Houston Texans have begun their offseason and part of that is changes in the coaching staff. According to SportsRadio 610's John McClain the Texans have fired three of their assistant coaches.
The GallantCast: The Grocery Store RiddlerOn the latest GallantCast, Paul touches on the bad football the Texans have been in, a bizarre grocery store experience, and explains why quotes from NFL players and coaches are meaningless.
Man Allegedly Threatened South Texas Coaches A man has been accused of barging into a locker room and threatening several Alice High School football coaches in an ex-player dispute involving his brother.
Meltsdown: NCAA Rules ChangesOh, those disingenuous college coaches...
Can Clowney Overcome Immaturity To Be #1 Pick?Hub Arkush joined MaD Radio to discuss the coaching hires around the NFL, if the Texans will be able to hire Mike Munchak as their offensive line coach, and if Clowney could end up a Texan.
Texans Officially Announce Release Of 16 Assistant Coaches
Ryan Wilson Breaks Down Things That Kill NFL Coaching CareersRyan Wilson, CBSsports.com, joined The Fred & Ted Show to talk about things that are coach killers. He took a look at coaches around the NFL and how certain developments have led to downfalls in their coaching careers. Wilson talked about the mess with RG3 and the Redskins in how they have handled things. He also talked about how Peyton Manning under pressure in this weekend's game. Wilson thought the Texans did well to move quickly and make big changes after this awful season.
Looking At The Power Rankings Of NFL Coaches: Where Does Kubiak Fall?Elliott Harrison, NFL.com, joined The Fred & Ted Show to talk about coaches in the NFL, what ranking Gary Kubiak received and why, other coaches on the list, Schaub as quarterback, and more.
Loomis Had Reportedly Bugged Opposing Coaches' Offices The U.S. Attorney's Office in the Eastern District of Louisiana was told Friday that <a href="http://houston.cbsradio.stats.com/fb/teamstats.asp?teamno=18&type=teamhome">New Orleans Saints</a> general manager Mickey Loomis had an electronic device that had been secretly re-wired to enable him to eavesdrop on visiting coaches.