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BWTB: Learning a new staff

Posted Feb 12, 2014

The new Texans coaching staff bio pages are now complete.


We now know who will be coaching the Texans in 2014.

The big news out of the Texans organization last week involved the coaches, as head coach Bill O'Brien officially announced his staff. We did several stories highlighting the new group along with in-depth features on several members of O'Brien's new staff. You can view all those stories here.

STORY: Texans announce Romeo Crennel as defensive coordinator
STORY: Texans name George Godsey QB coach
STORY: Former All-Pro Mike Vrabel named LB coach
STORY: Bill O'Brien adds "right-hand man" Jim Bernhardt
STORY: New strength and conditioning staff announced

In addition to the stories that were written, all coaches biographical information are now available on the website as well. Reading coaching bios can be a fun exercise for any football fan, just to see all the different stops these men have made to get to their current situation.

For example, did you know that Texans defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Western Kentucky in 1970? Or that just eight years ago Doug Colman was a high school (Absegami) coach in New Jersey?

Were you aware that new Texans defensive quality control coach Will Lawing is the son of Florida Gators assistant head coach Brad Lawing? Or that father Lawing coached with now Texans receivers coach Stan Hixon at the University of South Carolina in 1990?

You can find plenty of tidbits like that as you scroll through each bio page. Find our more about our coaches at the link below.

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