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The Houston Texans will be doing something extremely rare within its front-office for the 2019-2020 season – the team will opt to move forward without a general manager, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
According to the report, the Texans will be dividing the workload between four members of the front-office including trades, contracts and other important financial responsibilities. In a league where the trade deadline, NFL Draft and extending contracts are extremely vital to team success, Texans fans should feel extremely uneasy entering the season.
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The Houston Texans are not hiring a general manager for the 2019 season and instead will divvy up those responsibilities amongst existing front-office members such as Matt Bazirgan, James Liipfert, Chris Olsen and Jack Easterby, per league sources. But no GM in 2019 for Houston.
I have a feeling head coach Bill O’Brien will have a lot more control of the team and its decisions moving forward. For a coach that has a career record of 43-41 including the playoffs, it is probably not the smartest idea to continue without signing a GM.
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