• Munchak could resurface in AFC South

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Jan 11, 2014
    Munchak will interview with O’Brien on Friday. Munchak was one of the most popular and respected players in Houston’s pro football history. Mike Munchak, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame after playing 12 years for the Oilers, is coming back to Houston to interview with new Texans coach Bill O’Brien about the open offensive line job. For the first time, there’s no AFC and NFC teams – just a roster from which Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders will select players for their teams. Every senior that got up...
    Source: ESPN.com
    • NFL: Texans wait to see if Munchak will coach offensive line

      Crennel, who was the head coach at Cleveland and Kansas City, is expected to be hired as defensive coordinator after he coaches in the East-West Shrine Game on Saturday. O'Brien would have to hire an offensive coordinator, quarterbacks coach and tight e…
      Source: chron.com
    • Sources: Crennel taking job as Texans' DC

      After meeting for the first time Wednesday, Romeo Crennel and Bill O'Brien discovered they were a good match.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Bill O'Brien big on building trust, dedication

      HOUSTON -- “I’m pretty uncomfortable talking about myself; you’ll find that out,” Bill O’Brien says. That’s clear from the uneasy chuckle and the furrow in his brow that accompanies a question about one day in college when his teammates honored him. He …
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Munchak could be next Texans offensive line coach

      Mike Munchak has spent 32 years in Houston and Tennessee, with the Oilers and Titans. He could be returning to Houston, with the Texans. According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, Munchak will interview Friday for the position of offensive line…

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